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Samsung Galaxy S23 To Debut With Only Snapdragon Variant Instead Of Exynos

The debut of the Samsung Galaxy S23 is still months away, yet rumors abound. The potential processor for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series has been suggested by a recent report. If these rumors are accurate, the next Samsung Galaxy S23 will completely forgo the Exynos processor in favor of just Snapdragon processors.

Details about the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Performance of a smartphone are largely determined by its processor, which is supported by additional hardware and software. Popular analyst Ming-Chi Kuo speculates that Samsung may completely omit the Exynos processor for the upcoming Galaxy S23 model. For its flagship S series thus far, Samsung has used both Exynos and Qualcomm Snapdragon, processors. The US and China were the two main markets for Snapdragon-based smartphones.

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The Exynos-based smartphones were released in South Korea as well as other markets including India and the home market of the brand. The Snapdragon chip made its debut in India with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. According to a recent source, this may be the situation with Samsung’s forthcoming flagship models. Kuo used Twitter to explain why the Qualcomm SM8550 SoC is superior to the next-generation Exynos 2300 chipset. Even Qualcomm’s 4nm processor outperformed Samsung’s Exynos 4nm technology in tests. Kuo draws the conclusion that the brand places a great focus on the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series and may therefore totally move to the Snapdragon chip.

Galaxy S23 from Samsung with a Snapdragon processor It should be noted that many purchasers of Samsung Galaxy S series phones disliked the fact that they were unable to select the Snapdragon chip. With the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphones, this changed. Samsung may be doing away with the bother of having two processors for its flagship series at this time. Furthermore, according to Kuo, Samsung would have more control over the phone’s power efficiency if it used the Qualcomm chipset. Despite this, Samsung hasn’t revealed or publicly hinted at anything regarding the future Samsung Galaxy S23.

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