exynos feature - Latest Update On The Samsung Exynos Chips

Latest Update On The Samsung Exynos Chips

exynos 1160x708 - Latest Update On The Samsung Exynos Chips

Recently, we received two disclosures that contradicted each other. The first one said that Samsung would soon begin manufacturing Exynos processors for its Galaxy phone, while the second one stated that no one, not even Samsung, needs it now.

This has left many Samsung customers to wonder which one is correct. Find out in this article what Samsung really intends to do.

For several years, Samsung has been striving to establish itself as a significant player in the semiconductor business with fierce competition from the South Korean corporation, Qualcomm.

Launching two distinct iterations of its Galaxy S flagships was the company’s primary approach up to that point. Models powered by Qualcomm were offered to clients in the United States, while those powered by Exynos mainly were marketed and sold in Europe.

This resulted in a large number of complaints due to the inferior quality of Exynos processors compared to those of Qualcomm. Even if we have heard that the business will take a break and won’t power the Galaxy S23 with the Exynos chip, it seems that Samsung has no plans to integrate its processor into any of its future Galaxy S phones.

According to the company’s analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the firm has decided to exit this market segment. However, it will not be entirely removed from the playing field although it is pretty unlikely that Samsung would ever produce a Galaxy S model with an Exynos processor in the future. Perhaps, it will begin selling Exynos chips to other companies in the future.

There are several reasons Samsung chooses to use a method that utilizes two processors in the Galaxy S range of mobile devices. For instance, the most widespread argument is that the market in the United States still requires CDMA- it is the technology before LTE, used by certain carriers even today.

Exynos processors do not support CDMA technology which is why Samsung decided to employ just a single hardware chassis over the whole area and selected Qualcomm as its partner for the entire US market.

However, we feel obligated to point out that while Exynos chipsets score well in terms of CPU and GPU benchmarks, they are much less capable than Qualcomm chipsets regarding radio performance. The latter is a couple of years ahead of the former regarding the design of its modem to enable Qualcomm-based devices to make more effective use of the network and use more sophisticated network capabilities that are now applicable in the United States such as MIMO, LTE-U, LAA/LWA, and so on.

In this respect, the expert pointed out that Samsung cannot continue to deny reality any longer in his tweet that reads,

“S23 may not adopt the Exynos 2300 developed by Samsung 4nm since it can’t compete with SM8550 in all areas.”

 It is essential to point out that if Samsung leaves the semiconductor sector altogether, Qualcomm will be the lone industry leader.

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