Samsung Galaxy S22 FE To Feature a MediaTek Processor

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Samsung could soon release flagship-level phones with MediaTek processors. MediaTek processors are presently available only in the company’s cheap Galaxy A series phones. This could lead to a decrease in the share of Exynos chips built in-house in the flagship market. The Galaxy S22 FE, that will release in the second half of this year, will be the first phone to reflect the change, followed by the Galaxy S23 series.

Only approximately half of the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 phones might feature MediaTek CPUs, according to Business Korea.

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Samsung’s premium smartphone range has so far relied on a Qualcomm + Exynos combination; it’s unclear how the division will appear if the MediaTek merger goes through. Three options appear to be a stretch, but they aren’t impossible. Because Qualcomm processors have traditionally been more expensive, jumping on the MediaTek bandwagon could provide additional benefits such as higher profitability.

As per a report from Counterpoint, MediaTek’s share of the worldwide mobile application processor market was 33 percent in Q4 2021, second only to Qualcomm’s 30 percent.

Samsung’s Exynos processors, on the other hand, only had a 4% market share in the same quarter; it is well below the other two market leaders. With the Galaxy S22 series, the firm had to resort to boosting the share of Qualcomm chips over Exynos chips in order to shake off the perception that Exynos chips run hot and inefficiently.

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