Samsung’s Exynos Chips to Take on the Gaming World with Raytracing and Super Sampling


The industry on the 7th stated that Exynos, a mobile application processor (AP) created by Samsung Electronics’ System LSI Division, is set to get a full-ray tracing algorithm added by the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), which was previously known as the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology. Samsung Electronics is getting ready to be free of AMD and Qualcomm’s ray tracing technologies. Samsung’s complete ray tracing technology can be included in the Galaxy S series when the era of on-device artificial intelligence (AI) smartphones begins.

Compared to NVIDIA or AMD’s technology, Samsung Electronics SAIT’s complete ray tracing is more sophisticated. By estimating how light rays reflect off different objects in a picture, a process called ray tracing produces realistic lighting effects and reflections. By 2025, Exynos processors are expected to incorporate these technologies, as per Daily Korea reports. The 3nm chip that Samsung is developing for the Galaxy S25 series may not have these gaming innovations, if this rumor is true.

Neural supersampling:

Ray tracing is applied to every segment of the video with Samsung’s complete ray tracing. SAIT has created a method known as “neural super sampling” in order to achieve this. Neural supersampling is, in short, a technique that turns low-quality pictures into high-quality ones while maintaining their integrity. A more advanced neural network processing unit (NPU) has to be put in the smartphone in order to do complete ray tracing as planned by Samsung Electronics SAIT.

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AI’s fundamental computations, deep learning algorithms, are referred to as NPU-optimized processors. Similar to AMD’s FSR and Nvidia’s DLSS, it has the ability to minimize the strain on the chipset by rendering frames at a lower resolution and upscaleing them to a higher resolution. Neural supersampling enables complete ray tracing in videos that have undergone neural ray reconstruction. Anti-aliasing transforms it into a picture of superior quality.

At the same time, SAIT is working on a semiconductor to support complete ray tracing and a method to accomplish it. It is stated that the intention is to implement it on Exynos in 2025. Samsung will include on-device AI capabilities for the first time with the Galaxy S24 series, which is scheduled for delivery in the first half of 2024. With no need for external connections, the goal is to integrate AI directly into the gadget.

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