Last year, many rumors about the Galaxy S23 pointed out that there was a chance that the trio would be revealed with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and an Exynos platform that had not been presented, called Exynos 2300. However, the chipset never showed up, until recently emerged in a benchmark test of a mysterious phone.
The test on Geekbench was done with a prototype smartphone, with model number SM-919O, which is curious, since no other device has this identification — the Galaxy S23 Ultra, for example, has model SM-918. The Exynos 2300 processor was touted as s5e9935 while the operating system running is Android 13.
The device comes with a curious nine-core strategy, with a main high-performance speed of 2.6 GHz, four cores of 2.59 GHz and four others with a speed of 1.82 GHz.
This is a different solution from the one seen in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has a 3.36 GHz core, three clocked at 2.8 GHz and four clocked at 2.02GHz.
Finally, it has 8 GB of RAM, and with this set he managed to register 456 points in the Geekbench ML test.
There are rumors that an Exynos 2400 would be in development, with 10 cores, with a configuration of 1+2+3+4. Supposedly, the idea was to make the Galaxy S24 family count with two variants again. But, as the new Galaxy S24 should only arrive in the first half of next year, it is still too early to confirm anything.