Samsung might bring Exynos chipsets back to its flagship phones again


For a very brief moment, it looked like Samsung was done with its Exynos chipsets, at least as far as its flagship phones were concerned. Instead, the company went all in with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipsets, but now it appears that Samsung could be reverting their strategy once more.

This is according to a report from Pocket-lint who were told by a “reliable source” that Samsung is apparently considering bringing back its Exynos chipsets for some phones in some regions, in particular the Samsung Galaxy S24 series which is expected to be announced next year.

In a way, this might actually be a good thing. There was a recent report that claimed that the Exynos 2400 will be the chipset used in the Galaxy S24, at least in some parts of the world, and that it will be one hell of a chipset. It is rumored to be a deca-core chipset, meaning that there will be 10 cores, versus the octa-core chipsets we’re seeing today.

It is also rumored to feature multithreading for 7 cores, a new packaging method, and will be the first Exynos chipset to feature 2.5D I-CubeS. Assuming everything is true, on paper the Exynos 2400 sounds like a beast and could potentially outperform that of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.

One of the main reasons why people were unhappy with Samsung’s use of Exynos was because in the past, there was a difference in things like battery and performance compared to Qualcomm. Those who had Exynos chipsets in their region felt that this was unfair because they were essentially paying the same amount, but got “less” in return.

Source: Pocket-lint

Tyler Lee
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