- Samsung and AMD partnered to develop the Xclipse 920 GPU for the Exynos 2200 chipset
- Samsung is developing advanced ray tracing technology for its mobile GPUs
- SAIT is working on Neural Ray Reconstruction and Neural Super Sampling to improve ray tracing capability
- Samsung aims to debut its first “dream chip” with advanced ray tracing technology by 2025
Samsung’s Advancements in Ray Tracing Tech
Samsung, in collaboration with AMD, has introduced the Xclipse 920 GPU for the Exynos 2200 chipset, bringing hardware-accelerated ray tracing capability to the Galaxy S22 series. They are also working independently on advanced ray tracing technology for their next-gen mobile GPUs.
Ray Tracing Technology
Ray tracing is a graphics technology that simulates real-world lighting effects and reflections, enhancing the gaming experience. Samsung aims to improve ray tracing capability with Neural Ray Reconstruction and Neural Super Sampling technologies, which will be integrated into their next-gen mobile GPUs.
Samsung’s “Dream Chip”
The company plans to launch its first “dream chip” for Galaxy flagships in 2025, boasting advanced ray tracing technology and a 3nm SoC. The development of this chip, with powerful NPU, is already in progress, promising unmatched on-device AI capabilities for the Galaxy S24 series.