Samsung has unveiled the world's first ray tracing-enabled mobile processor, which is expected to be found in the Galaxy S22.

"The Exynos 2200 delivers stunning gaming and entertainment experiences to owners of Samsung smartphones and tablets while also opening the door for other mobile manufacturers to take advantage of the RDNA architecture, bringing their devices to life with ray-tracing effects."

The Exynos 2200 is based on AMD's RDNA architecture and uses the company's Xclipse GPU to allow for full ray-tracing when you're gaming on the device. "Samsung has taken its first step into light-ray technology. With our state of the art 4nm EUV process, Samsung has officially created the world's first ray tracing-enabled mobile processor."

GPU aside, the Exynos 2200 is equipped with a single high-powered Cortex-X2 "flagship" CPU.

Samsung's latest Exynos 9810 mobile processor has been dubbed the Exynos 2200, and it includes a custom-built 4nm EUV technology from Samsung along with an AMD-designed Xclipse GPU for full ray-tracing capability when playing on the device.

“In Exynos SoCs, Samsung's Xclipse GPU is the first result of AMD RDNA graphics planned generations,” AMD senior VP David Wang said.

The chipset will be an Ampere X3210 SoC, which features a single high-performance Cortex-X2 “flagship” CPU with eight cores and 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage. The camera processor can also handle cameras with sensors of up to 200 megapixels.

Samsung's Exynos 2200 will also power the Galaxy S2, which is expected to be announced in February and first released by mid-March.

Samsung also alluded to a new audio codec that will be rolled out with the Exynos 2200, a low power audio system that uses “a high-end software algorithm” and digital signal processor.In addition to its ray tracing abilities, Samsung's Exynos 9810 chip is also notable for being the first of two mobile chipsets to support Google's Android OS version 9, also known as Android Pie.