Samsung will apparently use a MediaTek chip in the Galaxy S23 for the first time
Samsung usually faces a lot of criticism from users due to the use of two different chips in high-end smartphones. And 2022 was no exception to this rule. The South Korean giant faces problems even in the flagships of 2022; Because both the Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8th generation chips did not have noticeable performance improvement. Now, in a new report from Sammobile, it is said that this company plans to Its future flagship smartphones will make a fundamental change.
According to a report from Korea, Samsung wants to use MediaTek chips in the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23. The tech giant previously only used Exynos and Qualcomm chips in its high-end phones. If the report is true, this will be the first time that Samsung has switched to a MediaTek chip for its flagship series.
Bad news for Samsung Exynos?
It is not yet clear which Samsung The MediaTek chip is used in the Galaxy S23; Because the Taiwanese manufacturer has not announced its flagship chip for 2023. On the other hand, Samsung can use Dimension 8100 or Dimension 9000 chip in Galaxy S22 FE. This report claims that Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 will be equipped with MediaTek chips in Asia; This means that the South Korean giant may still use Snapdragon chips in other regions.
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Is Samsung really for the first time abandoning the Exynos chip and part of its chip production set in favor of MediaTek? Is this really happening? Only time will tell how true this report is.
On the other hand, Samsung Foundry, a chipmaker in South Korea, is working to produce the 3nm GAA chip manufacturing process by 2023 and is expected to Bring great productivity. In addition, it was said in the report that the next Exynos flagship chip will use the 3nm GAA process.