Market observers are speculating about Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S23 top phone series. Multiple rumours say the Galaxy S23 will use a Snapdragon chipset globally. The Galaxy S23 range may still employ an Exynos processor in some areas and a Snapdragon solution in others, according to a new report.
The lacklustre Exynos 2200 doesn’t mean Samsung’s chipset team has given up. There are indicators that Samsung is now creating the Exynos 2300. Market analysts believe Samsung may sell its next-gen SoC to Chinese clients while its mobile division uses Qualcomm’s solution.
The Galaxy S23 could use the Exynos 2300 SoC in select areas, according to a report. Next year’s Snapdragon vs. Exynos ratio should alter from the Galaxy S22 lineup.
Over 70% of Galaxy S22 units shipped worldwide use Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. 30% of European and foreign sales are Exynos 2200-powered models. Qualcomm’s CEO Cristiano Amon stated that this number might climb enormously next year, as both companies have extended their relationship until 2030.
Samsung is apparently developing a Galaxy SoC akin to Apple’s A-series CPUs. It could improve the chip for future Galaxy devices’ performance and efficiency. The SoC isn’t expected until 2025. Exynos chips are mostly found in Samsung phones, but sometimes in Vivo and Motorola.