Details about the chipset AMD has developed for smartphones have emerged. The chipset called AMD Ryzen C7 can provide superior performance in mobile devices with its ARM-based processor and RDNA 2 graphics architecture.
Qualcomm, Samsung, Mediatek and Huawei stand out as the largest chipmakers for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices. There are also smaller companies like Rockchip, but according to a new leak, AMD is preparing to perform as a strong player in this field.
According to a leak detected by Twitter user HansDeVriesNL, AMD is working on a chipset that will carry the superior performance of Ryzen processors on PCs and workstations to smartphones. AMD's chipset is called "Ryzen C7" and seems to be supported by the ARM core.
AMD Ryzen C7 chipset promises ambitious performance on the processor and graphics side
The AMD Ryzen C7 is an 8-core model with two Gaugin Pro cores with a clock rate of 3 GHz, two Cortex A78 cores running at 2.6 GHz and four low-power Cortex A55 cores running at 2 GHz, according to the recently announced Cortex. X1. architectural. processor.
The chipset includes a 4-core unit based on RDNA 2 graphic architecture as the product of AMD and Samsung's partnership in 2019. This unit is 45 percent faster than the Adreno 650 on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and its beam tracking technology is for mobile devices. All this combined with 2K display support at 144 Hz and LPDDR5 RAM, Ryzen C7 can be a real beast.
AMD can open ARM-based laptops' door
There are also rumors that AMD's chipset will be produced by TSMC with 5 nm technology and will use an integrated Mediatek 5G UltraSave Modem with dual SIM support. If it leaks, AMD can make an assertive entry into the mobile space.
AMD Ryzen C7 can be a chipset for laptops due to its high performance on paper. In the smartphone market, we can see this combination on Samsung's Exynos chipset. On the other hand, AMD can launch the ARM era on portable devices.