- Samsung considers switching back to its Exynos chips for Galaxy phones.
- Losses in the semiconductor chip market are the main reason for the change.
- Rumors suggest that the base model Galaxy S24 will have the Exynos chip.
Samsung is doing it again. After ditching the Samsung Chips ‘Exynos’ last year for the Qualcomm Snapdragon, they are turning back to Exynos once again. As for the Reason, Their recent losses in the semiconductor chip market.
In a meeting held between Samsung executives, Samsung Executive for semiconductors expressed his opinion regarding going back to Exynos chip once again. In a report published by Korean Media (Zdnet. co), the executive of Samsung said, “The MX unit is a key client of Samsung, striving to expand its operations with a versatile product range that caters to all Galaxy series segments. Samsung is also exploring the possibilities of a comeback.”
From the determination of Samsung Executives, it can be confirmed they are seriously going to implement this into their strategy. However, according to rumors, The change would be only coming to the base model Galaxy S24.
and again, not confirmed 100% so no need to panic— RGcloudS (@RGcloudS) April 23, 2023
Base model doesn't mean entire world base 24 will get exynos
It'll be limited
Next year e2400 will just be an early showcase to show that samsung had fixed exynos team & foundry
*hopefully they don't messed up or die
USA will probably have the Qualcomm snapdragon installed but Outside of it, there will probably only be Exynos models available especially European market. However, none of this is confirmed yet so there can be some changes later so let’s not jump on to the horses yet.