Two years ago, Samsung announced a partnership with AMD to develop new in-house GPUs for Exynos processors. The Exynos 2200 is the first chip to use an AMD RDNA2-based GPU and people were expecting a lot from it.

However, the Exynos 2200 is a below-average chip. Now, Samsung is planning to include AMD GPUs in the rest of its Exynos line.

According to leaker Revegnus (@Tech_Reve), Samsung will equip its future mid-range chips, the Exynos 1430 and Exynos 1480, with AMD's mRDNA-based GPUs. Both these processors are expected to be announced early next year and they could launch inside the Galaxy A55, and Galaxy A15 respectively. However, the leaked source said users should not put "too high expectations" on the GPU inside these mid-range Exynos chipsets.

Clearly, Samsung is focusing more on improving the ISP on future mid-range Exynos chips instead of bringing a powerful GPU. So, the gaming performance of Exynos 1430 and Exynos 1480 may not be impressive. Since Samsung's partnership with AMD was intended to be long-term, it was always expected that one day the entire Exynos line would use GPUs based on AMD technology. Let's wait and see!