Galaxy S23/Galaxy S24 to come without Samsung’s processor?

For the latest few years, the Korean tech firm Samsung has only used the two types of processors for its smart devices/phones which are mainly Exynos and Snapdragon.

Checking with the past phone performance, the Snapdragon-powered phones are much better than the company’s own Exynos – reports many tech reviewers.

If you are not aware of the manufacture of these two above SoC then let us tell you about the names. The Snapdragon is manufactured by Qualcomm, while the Exynos is produced and developed by Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy S23/Galaxy S24 SoC’s expectation:

The upcoming S series phones from Samsung the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S24 which is expected to be launched in 2023 and 2024. Samsung could do without its own processor and only rely on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon.

At least that is what a report by the Korean portal Naver suggests. The reason for Samsung’s move is said to be a fundamentally new strategy for the development of smartphone processors. A “Dream Team” is currently being put together to develop high-performance ARM SoCs specifically for Galaxy smartphones by 2025.

Qualcomm and most likely MediaTek are likely to be the beneficiaries of Samsung’s chip task force and supply the processors for the next smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S25 News:

According to the information from the Twitter tipster, the upcoming SoC could use the 3nm GAA fabrication process and have the latest ARM CPU cores and an updated Xclipse GPU based on AMD’s new Radeon GPU. The mass production of 3nm chipsets is expected to start later this year – reports SamMobile.

As the company will not use its own SoC in the upcoming two devices. So, now the firm has reportedly created a team of 1,000 employees to develop a new custom chipset from scratch, and it will be used for the first time in the Galaxy S25 in 2025.

Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S24 News

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