Gathering web news, Samsung Electronics will increase the yield of the Galaxy smartphone Exynos chipset to increase the ratio of its internal processor in the Galaxy device, and reduce the dependence on US chip manufacturer Qualcomm.
At present, Samsung's high-end smartphone relies on Qualcomm's chip solution, and most of the low-end equipment uses the processor of Unit. The Exynos chip only accounts for about 20% of Samsung mobile phone shipments. However, from next year, this situation may change.
According to "Electronic Times", the industry is forecast that by 2022, the number of Galaxy mobile phones that Samsung Electronics equipped with Exynos will increase by two to three times, and the SYSTEM LSI Division will also increase the production capacity of the Exynos chipset more than double.
This strategy conversion section is short-laded by the current global chip. Previously, since Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip supply is insufficient, Samsung Electronics has to postpone the listing time of Galaxy S21 Fe from this year from the beginning of 2022. The chip crisis has caused a huge blow to the company's smartphone sales.
In order to reduce the dependence on the chip solution for Qualcomm and Liaotai, Samsung has developed the goal of the sales of 300 million in the sales of smartphone in 2022. Compared with the sales of about 250 million in 2021, it emphasizes that the Exynos processor can also help Samsung SYSTEM The LSI business department and the foundry business establish a more competitive position.
EXYNOS 2200 equipped with AMD GPU is said to solve the overheating problem that Samsung chip passes may encounter, and can also improve the user experience by supporting light tracking, becoming the first mobile chipset with this function. According to reports, Exynos 2200 will use a 4nm process, while the Exynos 1280 chipset for entry-level smartphones will use a 5nm process.
For a long time, Samsung Electronics has been considering integrating more internal chipsets into their mobile products, rather than relying on suppliers in different countries and regions. However, the quality and consumer acceptance of Samsung processors remain mainly worried.
Although Samsung intends to reduce the dependence on cooperative suppliers, 31 new smartphones and tablets launched in 2022, there are still 31 chips that use high-pass chips. The expected Galaxy S22 series will use the Snapdragon 888 processor in some countries, using the Exynos 2200 processor in other countries. At the same time, according to the ELEC, Samsung's new flip phone will only use the Snapdragon 888 processor.