05F707AE0DD5B77E1C3EACC8C3384CA2 Samsung Galaxy S23 Series to only use Qualcomm chipsets: Kuo, Ming-Chi

Samsung Galaxy S23 Series to only use Qualcomm chipsets: Kuo, Ming-Chi

According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy S23 will use only Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor worldwide. In comparison, the Snapdragon processor was used only 70% of the time in the Galaxy S22. The report also stated that the Galaxy S23 is unlikely to use Exynos 2300 because it cannot compete with the SM8550.

Samsung Galaxy S23

According to a recent report, Samsung's flagship handset will also feature innovative battery technology. According to a source, Samsung intends to use the stacking method for making electric vehicle (EV) batteries for its rumored Galaxy S23 lineup. The Galaxy S23 will most likely be powered by Qualcomm's flagship 5G chip, the SM8550, manufactured on the TSMC 4nm process.

Kuo also stated that Samsung's flagship smartphone may not use the Exynos 2300 chipset manufactured by Samsung 4nm. The Snapdragon SM8550 was said to be optimized for TSMC's design rule, giving it advantages in terms of computing power and power efficiency over the SM8450 and SM8475.

According to previous reports, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will have the same 10-megapixel telephoto camera resolution as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. It's likely to be 3x, as it was this year, and it could very well be the same exact setup, including the same sensor. According to the report, this has only recently been rumored.

According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's recent tweets, Qualcomm is expected to be the sole processor supplier for the Samsung Galaxy S23. To be clear, this is in comparison to the Galaxy S22, for which the Snapdragon processor was used only 70% of the time.

According to reports, Samsung SDI uses this method to manufacture its Gen 5 EV batteries. The South Korean tech titan is expected to replace the current 'jelly-roll' method with the stacking method for its smartphone batteries. Furthermore, the tipster claims that using this method could result in a significant increase in the battery capacities of the Galaxy S23 lineup over the Galaxy S22 lineup.



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