It is quite expected that the South Korean technology giant Samsung will reveal its new Galaxy-exclusive chipset in line with the launch of the flagship Galaxy S23 series. A poster on the Samsung Columbia website, which was spotted by the well-known leaker Ice Universe, allegedly disclosed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be making its debut on February 1.
The most recent piece of information obtained by Universe suggests that TM Roh, President of Mobile Experience Business for Samsung, would introduce a “Galaxy dedicated chip” in conjunction with the launch of the Galaxy S23 series.
It should not come as a surprise given that TM Roh made a vague reference to the development of a custom chip for Galaxy devices back in April. The Google Tensor processor, which will be reintroduced in the soon-to-be-released Google Pixel Fold, gives the same artificial intelligence capabilities that Samsung may include in its own chipset.
Exynos chips, which are available in markets all over the world, have been used to power Samsung’s premium Galaxy S series for a very long time. On the other hand, Snapdragon SoCs are used for customers in North America and China. However, according to insiders, the Galaxy S23 smartphone features an overclocked Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
The first high-end chipset to be developed by a South Korean company is said to have been manufactured by Samsung Foundry utilizing either the second or third generation of the 3nm GAA manufacturing technology. This information comes from many sources. However, no precise information regarding the features of the Processor has been made public at this time.
The engineering staff at Samsung MX is rumored to have expanded to include over a thousand additional specialists, one of which is a seasoned professional with extensive knowledge of Apple semiconductors. In the event that Samsung’s first chip is a commercial success, the use of Exynos processors in Galaxy smartphones and tablets could be discontinued at some point in the future.