The Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup will be powered by the all-new flagship Snapdragon chipset. Qualcomm has reportedly shown that the South Korean logo may consider using its chipset for the flagship lineup next year. Qualcomm discussed the main points of its association with Samsung, during which 75 percent of Galaxy S22 phones had a Snapdragon chip under the hood.
And going by the latest estimate, the proportion is likely to intersect with the Galaxy S23. The exchange also implies that Samsung has 2D ideas about its technology with the Exynos chip for high-end devices.
Although the company is clearly not keen on shelving the Exynos lineup, reviewers recommend that Samsung use Exynos chips for other gadgets, such as wearables.
It has also been mooted that Samsung may use the Snapdragon SoC as a stopgap until it runs on a brand new chip for smartphones. Although there is no legitimate word on such a design, Samsung might be likely to object to new technology for its chips, especially for smartphones.
The company had a large portion of its Galaxy S22 phones powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, and it also introduced the similar variant to the Indian market, which has most commonly received the Exynos variant over the years.
Samsung has sold the Exynos model in some countries, but looking at the numbers highlighted by Qualcomm, it somehow feels that the share of Galaxy S22 phones running on the Exynos chip used to be quite low.
In the meantime, Samsung is preparing for the release of foldable devices, with its Unpacked tournament ending next month.
The new Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 will most likely use the Snapdragon 8 Gen+ 1 chipset. Qualcomm will announce the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip later this year, putting it in good time for the Galaxy S23 to release beginning of next year.