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Samsung Galaxy S23 only in the version with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Final confirmation was made

Samsung Galaxy S23 only in the version with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Final confirmation was made

If you don’t like Exynos chips, you can open champagne. You will not see them in the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.

As a reminder, Qualcomm announced in July that it would establish a long-term cooperation with Samsung regarding “the use of the Snapdragon platform in future Samsung Galaxy products around the world.”

For me, the July message was clear enough, but there were many people who found it hooked and tried to interpret it in different ways. If you still had doubts about replacing exynos with snapdragon, the latest announcement will dispel them.

Samsung Galaxy S23 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will go on sale worldwide. Qualcomm confirms

Qualcomm’s management took place conversation with investorsduring which the topic of cooperation with Samsung was raised in the context of the expected increase in the popularity of snapdragon.

Akash Palkhiwala – Qualcomm’s chief financial officer – admitted directly that thanks to the agreement with Samsung, “the 75 percent stake in the S22 will increase to the global one in S23”. Yes – there was even a designation of an unannounced smartphone.

Qualcomm dispels doubts
Photo source: © Qualcomm

Qualcomm dispels doubts

Samsung Galaxy S22 was created in versions powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and Exynos 2200, but their availability depends on the market. Although Qualcomm supplies chips to 3/4 of the copies sold, Europeans have variants with a Samsung chip. And this one is commonly considered to be a lower order unit, characterized by lower efficiency and higher energy demand.

The only question is how the above-mentioned change will affect the prices of smartphones. So far, they have been more attractive in Poland than, for example, in the USA, where snapdragon ruled.

Miron Nurski, editor-in-chief of Komórkomania

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