In recent years, Samsung’s policy of using two types of chips (Exynos and Snapdragon) in flagship phones has been accompanied by many criticisms in different parts of the world. But it seems that Samsung has finally changed its mind. According to the latest rumors, Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy S23 series phones in the first week of February with only Snapdragon chips.
This year is likely to be the year that all of Samsung’s flagship models come with the same chipset globally. The rumors regarding the production line of Galaxy S23 series phones are that all of them will be equipped with Snapdragon chipset. Now one of Qualcomm’s senior managers has confirmed these rumors.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones are only available with Snapdragon chip
Mr. Akash Palkhiwala, CFO of Qualcomm, in the company’s fourth quarter earnings report, estimated the expectations for the second half of the first quarter of 2023, which will probably coincide with the first month of sales of the Galaxy S23 series phones. He has also confirmed that Qualcomm has a 75% share in the chipset of the S22 series phones in the global market and this share will be accompanied by an increase in the S23 series. This means that it is very likely that the chips of this company will be used for all new generation models.
Until today, all three Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones (S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra) Seen in the Geekbench benchmark And it is claimed that the chipset used in them was Snapdragon 8 generation 2. Cristiano Amon, the CEO of Qualcomm, while pointing to the company’s many years of cooperation with Samsung, confirmed that the Snapdragon chipset will be used for all Samsung Galaxy phones worldwide.
Despite the disappointing reports that have been published recently regarding internal Exynos chips, the use of this chip in the future Samsung flagship phones has not been completely ruled out and the situation may change in the future.
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