Samsung’s next-generation smartphone, the Galaxy S23 lineup, is expected to arrive in a few months. As rumors continue to emerge about the upcoming devices, we have some new information about their chipsets. It’s been confirmed that Samsung will not use Exynos chipsets for the S23 series; instead, they will be powered by Snapdragon processors.
Galaxy S23 to Use Snapdragon Chipsets
The Galaxy S23 series will include more Snapdragon chipsets worldwide. The majority of the Galaxy S22 lineup had Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. If they increase their share this time, there is no room for Exynos SoCs.
We all know about the Qualcomm deal Samsung made for 20 million Snapdragon chipsets. It’s said that this agreement is due to multi-year contracts between Samsung and Qualcomm.
In most areas worldwide, including India, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S22 with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
The Galaxy S23 phones are projected to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, which will be launching this month. The series includes the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The following report suggests that the Galaxy S23 lineup will be released in early February, with availability starting from February 17 this year. It was also speculated that the S23 Ultra would have the primary camera with 200 megapixels and three other sensors. The standard S23 and Plus models are likely to see some design changes.
Samsung’s rumored to announce the Galaxy S23 at their upcoming event. However, we still need more details on what it will offer outside of vague battery and camera hints. Stay tuned; we’ll keep you updated with new rumors as soon as they’re available.
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