Mobile gaming has grown exceptionally well in recent years – it’s really amazing to see how far phones have come since the Candy Crush days, especially when it comes to graphics performance. Samsung has been committed to remaining a large part of this expanding market, by focusing the Galaxy Store on games and putting new focus on releasing updates to graphics drivers. Back in 201

9, Samsung and AMD announced a partnership to bring Radeon technology to smartphones. Now it looks like the fruits of that partnership are almost within reach, as suggested today during the Exynos 2100 event.

At the end of the Exynos event, Samsung teased its plans to have an AMD GPU in its “next flagship” product. Now the wording here is one a little ambiguous. Samsung’s next flagship product is of course the Galaxy S21, and we know that these phones do not contains AMD graphics hardware. If so, what future flagship product did Samsung really mean?

According to leaker Ice Universe, 2100 is announced today just the beginning, and a future chipset, complete with an AMD GPU, will be released this year and may find its way into the Galaxy Z Fold3. I have to say that the idea of ​​carrying a phone in your pocket that can unfold in an AMD-powered gaming board excites me – mobile gaming has already pushed the envelope for graphics longer than many of us expected on today’s hardware, so it will be exciting to see what developers do when this powerful new technology comes.