Samsung Galaxy S23 Will Not Pack Exynos Chipsets

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Previously we have heard rumors about Samsung’s new Galaxy S23 series not having Exynos chips. But now it has been confirmed by Qualcomm unofficially.

The recently held Q&A session with the Qualcomm Analysts cleared the air around these rumors. The Analysts were there to discuss this quarter’s financial report and along with them was Qualcomm’s CEO Cristiano Amon. When he was asked about the deal with Samsung he said “And what I can say at this point is we were 75% on Galaxy S22 before the agreement. You should be thinking about we’re going to be much better than that on Galaxy S23 and beyond.” Cristiano also said that Qualcomm is already supplying some chipsets to the South Korean smartphone brand.

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This deal will not be limited to chipsets just for the Samsung smartphones. However, it will be extended to other Samsung machines like the Galaxy Tabs, and Windows PCs among other devices. Cristiano further discussed the significance of this deal and how this will be a game-changing coalition in the next 7 years. Some have predicted that this deal in the upcoming future will hopefully grow from the processors to include 6G technology as well.

Inside talks also revealed that Qualcomm’s chipset will utilize the latest 4 nm TSMC process. This will reduce the chipset’s energy consumption and enhance its performance, making it better than any contemporary available in the market. When the Exynos 2230 5G and Snapdragon X70 performances were compared, it was revealed that Qualcomm overpowered Exynos. So, Samsung choosing Qualcomm over Exynos is not a shocker.

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