Radeon RDNA. © AMD.
Chances are, you already know of AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) for its Radeon cards. What you perhaps didn’t know is that its graphics technology is also found in the PS4 and Xbox One consoles, and that it will run Stadia, Google’s future cloud gaming service. And, as of tomorrow, AMD’s technology will also power select Samsung smartphones. In order to amp up its graphics chipsets for mobile phones, Samsung will license out AMD’s new RDNA graphics architecture and integrate it into its ARM Exynos, replacing the current ARM Mali. The RDNA architecture will also be available for PCs with the Radeon RX 5700 series cards, to be unveiled on Monday.
⇨ TechRadar, “Samsung and AMD team up to bring Radeon graphics to smartphones.”