This rumor was somewhat put to rest when famed leaker Roland Quandt tweeted about the existence of the successor to the Exynos 2200, although he noted at the time that his message was based on information two months old and that Samsung was at the time. maybe plans had changed.
Samsung got a lot of nonsense about Galaxy S22 series Exynos 2200 chip. The SoC was prone to overheating and even caused issues with the screen and battery life. There were rumors that the company are 2023 and 2024 flagships with home-brewed chips, but this was refuted by a nice† To clear things up for us, some insiders have given their two cents on whether the Galaxy S23 will be powered by the Exynos 2300 in some markets.
Samsung usually equips premium smartphones from America and China with Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon chips, and the rest of the markets get in-house Exynos chips. In response to growing criticism of its Exynos processors, Samsung has apparently decided to focus more exclusively on custom chips specifically for its smartphones rather than worrying about selling them to other smartphone manufacturers as well.
A South Korean outlet had said Samsung would spend the next two years designing chips rather than manufacturing them. This had suggested that all high-end 2023 and 2024 Samsung phones, including the Galaxy S23, would be powered by Snapdragon chips.
Today, tipster GaryeonHan hinted again that Samsung will not produce a flagship Exynos chip this year. Lekers @chunvn8888 and Yogesh Brar also agreed, saying that while Samsung is working on the Exynos 2300, it’s not clear whether it will make it to the Galaxy S23.
Samsung’s upcoming flagships, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, are most likely to arrive soon Snapdragon versions. These foldable phones are likely to be unveiled in August and will be supported by the recently announced Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1. Leaked specs show they have the potential to surpass the current ones. best phones of 2022.