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Samsung Teased Next-Gen Exynos Launch Date, Then Redacted It All

Right before the huge hubbub that is the Consumer Electronics Show 2022 (CES 2022), Samsung dropped an eyebrow-raising teaser on its global Twitter handle.


These teasers specifically alluded to the highly anticipated mobile processor flagship – the Samsung Exynos 2200.

Such a tease during COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2021. Credit: AMD

It’s big news for one specific reason – this is the first mobile processor to be paired with AMD’s RDNA microprocessor technologies.

The teasers dropped on 30 December 2021 on all Samsung social media channels and confirmed that there will be an announcement on 11 January 2022.


However, all the teasers have been quietly deleted or made private:

Missing post from Samsung Semiconductor Twitter page. Credit: Samsung

While no explanation was forthcoming from Samsung on why the teasers were pulled down, there may be a bigger announcement waiting in the wings.


If the Korean electronics giant misses the promised date to reveal the Exynos 2200, then the next probable reveal would be at the Samsung Galaxy S22 Unpacked event. After all, like the current-gen Exynos 2100, this next-gen processor is expected to power the upcoming flagship smartphone line-up.


At press-time, while many leaks have appeared in regards to the Samsung Galaxy S22 and, presumably the S22 Ultra, there are no hints or teasers as to when or where the first Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event for this year will be taking place.

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