Samsung's flagship chipset, possibly dubbed Exynos 2200 is expected to launch before February 2022, the date when Samsung's Galaxy S22 series is rumored to be launched. The chipset typically arrives around a month prior to the flagship models and the company has recently stated that it will be available "early next year".
Samsung confirmed that it's working on an "small gift for fans who love gaming" and, while some speculations suggest related to the Exynos 2200 could be gaming-oriented but we should not rule out the possibility of having one with a boosted GPU.
Samsung states in its teaser trailer that it that it's for all supporters who have been with Samsung throughout the outbreak and illustrates how "togetherness" means. It's a touching video about a child who is inoculated but doesn't get to interact with his peers which is why they must be a part of a game on mobile.
It is interesting to note that one of the posters on the wall above the child's bed says "2200" and we this could be an accident - it's possibly a hint to the coming Exynos.
Samsung typically does not release specifications as do its Chinese counterparts, which means we must rely on reports about its forthcoming products. We're confident that the new chips will be built on the FiNFET 4nm process technology that includes Radeon Mobile GPU. It will provide HDR gaming as well as ray-tracing, and variable rate shading for mobile gaming. These features are only available on PCs and consoles right today.