According to rumours, Samsung’s smartphone business is developing its top-tier mobile CPU especially for the Galaxy S range. The company may no longer employ Exynos chips in its premium smartphones, according to rumours. We may soon learn more about the business’s high-end CPU, according to a recent report.
Ice Universe, a tipster, asserts that Samsung MX (mobile division), during the launch of the Galaxy S23 series, will provide further details on its first in-house mobile CPU. Samsung MX CEO TM Roh could wow fans on February 1, 2023, during the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event, by revealing details on a “galaxy dedicated chipset.”
The CPU is said to be made using Samsung Foundry’s second or third-generation 3nm GAA manufacturing technique, yet there hasn’t been any concrete information on the characteristics of the South Korean company’s first high-end chipset disclosed. A seasoned Apple semiconductor specialist and over a thousand other experts are said to have joined Samsung MX’s engineering team. If its first chip is successful, Exynos processors may ultimately disappear from Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
One of two basic configurations—one with a Qualcomm SoC and the other with an Exynos CPU—is normally offered for the majority of Samsung’s flagship smartphones. In the past, models with Qualcomm chipsets have fared better in terms of thermal performance, power efficiency, performance speed, and battery life than those with Exynos CPUs. The power efficiency has also increased because of these changes. Residents of the nations where Samsung releases its Exynos-powered smartphones often complain that although costing the same, their gadgets don’t function as well.