Analysts believe that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will come with unified hardware, a Qualcomm chipset, which would be extremely desirable from several points of view. On the one hand, Qualcomm’s top chips can typically show better performance, and on the other hand, software optimization would also be easier if they were not to be built on two types of foundations. Until now, it seemed that this would really be the case for the new generation, Qualcomm’s CEO said that the manufacturer’s goal is to exceed the current 75% for the S23 series, the IceUniverse but as you know, Samsung insists on its own development.
According to the informant, the The Samsung MX (Mobile eXperience) department is not satisfied with the performance of the 4-nanometer Exynos 2200 in the Galaxy S22 devices, users are not necessarily fans of the variation either, but at the highest levels of Samsung Electronics, they still want to see their own designed chipset in next year’s top models.
In practice, this will mean, as it has been the case so far, that approximately 70% of the devices will be powered by the new Korean set that is being prepared, regionally Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States, Africa and the Middle East, the remaining 30% and it is equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which is expected to be introduced in November. America, China, Japan, India and South Korea will still get the Qualcomm version, while Southeast Asia will get a mixed bag.