Samsung Galaxy S23 is planned worldwide only with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

The rumor mill predicted it weeks ago, now a well-known analyst is confirming that Samsung Galaxy S23 will most likely only rely on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 instead of partly on the Exynos 2300 in the next few years. Ming-Chi Kuo also provides reasons.
Samsung Galaxy S23
Samsung Galaxy S23

If you can, you should wait until 2023 to buy an Android smartphone. The Chinese market observer and leaker Ice Universe promises via Twitter that you will then be rewarded with more efficient and all-around problem-free smartphone flagships.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series worldwide without Exynos 2300

The reason, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo: Qualcomm will continue to expand its market dominance in the Android high-end segment in 2023, because the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 has been explicitly optimized for 4 nm production at TSMC and is difficult to achieve in terms of efficiency and performance beat, especially for Samsung’s Exynos 2300, which is no longer competitive. Critics may note that Samsung’s Exynos alternative in the Galaxy S class has been lagging behind its US-American Qualcomm counterpart for years, but next year the South Koreans are likely to pull the ripcord and all Galaxy S23 models with the internal SM8550 named Qualcomm chip.

A few weeks ago it was read from South Korea that Samsung wants to score with a newly developed “Galaxy Silicon” from 2025, i.e. a processor architecture optimized exclusively for Samsung flagships, analogous to the Apple A-series model. Until then, the Exynos production is said to be on hold, which Ming-Chi Kuo does not appeal to. Either way, 2023 should be a good year for European Samsung fans, who will probably no longer be fobbed off with second-class Galaxy flagships.

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