There have been many leaks and rumors recently that the Korean company Samsung will not use its “Exynos” processors in its expected “Samsung Galaxy S23” series of phones, and here is Qualcomm confirming this news mainly at a conference held recently.
Important details revealed about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series of phones
Chip maker Qualcomm mainly confirmed the rumors during a question-and-answer session with analysts. When asked about renewing the chip supply deal with Samsung, the Qualcomm CEO stated that the chips are already being supplied to the South Korean tech giant.
And what I can say at this point is that we were 75% on the Galaxy S22 prior to the agreement. And you must be thinking that we’ll be much better than that on the Galaxy S23 and beyond.
Notably, this chip deal is a 7-year extension and will also include non-Galaxy processors such as “Galaxy books, Windows PCs, Galaxy tablets, future extended reality devices, and other devices.”
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“This is a very important agreement, very excited, and the two companies are very close to each other,” Amon said. In other words, it is a multi-year agreement signed by both parties and we can also expect it to include 6G components as well in the future.
Among the most prominent of these rumors was that it was rumored that the Korean company Samsung would exclusively use the Snapdragon chipset in the Samsung Galaxy S23 series of phones. Exynos chips have underperformed over the past few years, and customers have been clamoring for Samsung to get full Snapdragon processors for its high-end phones.
And leaks previously revealed some details related to the production. According to Source, the company will produce 13 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, 6.5 million units of the Galaxy S23 Plus, in addition to 8.5 million units of the regular version “Galaxy S23”. While the Galaxy S23 FI will be produced with 3 million units.
Are you with the decision to use Qualcomm processors in the Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones?