Samsung Galaxy S23 will be powered only by Qualcomm snapdragon 8 Gen 2
Analyst ð ¹ took to Twitter today to shed some light on the hardware of Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S23, focusing on the processor
Qualcomm will likely be the sole processor supplier for Samsung's Galaxy S23, up from the current 70 percent of Galaxy S22 chips that use Qualcomm chips, says ð ¹ He attributed this to "TSMC's flagship next-generation 5G chip SM8550 (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2) manufactured at 4nm."
Samsung doesn't use its own Exynos 2300 processor because it doesn't match the SM8550, says ð He said the SM8550's advantage in computing power and power efficiency came from its "optimisation for TSMC's design rules". Finally, says ð ¹, Qualcomm will benefit greatly from Samsung's decision, gaining "more market share in the high-end Android market in 2023
IT Home has learned that most of guo Ming's tweets are related to Apple products, with AppleTrack reporting that more than 72 percent of his tweets are positive Late last month, ð ¹ also broke the news that Apple may have "failed" to develop its own 5G modem chip, and will likely use Qualcomm's for the foreseeable future