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Samsung recently confirmed that its Note lineup will exist as Ultra under the Galaxy S series. In other words, the South Korean company is making the Galaxy S series bigger than ever not only in terms of the number of phones in it but also from the specifications and marketing viewpoint. A report has now suggested that Samsung may ditch its in-house Exynos processors entirely in favour of just Qualcomm’s Snapdragon on the Galaxy S23. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro renders hint at three colour options, design and more

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Traditionally, Samsung has been using both Exynos and Qualcomm processors inside its flagship Galaxy S series phones. While the Qualcomm processor-powered variants were limited to markets such as the US and China, the rest of the world could buy the Exynos-powered Galaxy S phones. Many people did not like the fact that they were not given a choice. Then, earlier this year, Samsung, for the first time, launched only the Qualcomm chipset-powered Galaxy S22 series in India, while Exynos-driven units were launched in limited markets. Next year, Samsung might just do away with the hassle of using both chipsets for different markets, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy S22 tipped to launch in the new Lavender Purple shade

Kuo posted a series of tweets, suggesting that the Exynos 2300 processor cannot stand up to Qualcomm’s SM8550. It could be because the SM8550 uses TSMC’s 4nm fabrication process and it is believed to be better than Samsung’s 4nm process, on which the Exynos 2300 chipset is based. For the past few years, Qualcomm has been using Samsung’s fabbing technology for its chipsets, so it was easier for Samsung to provide an option considering the difference in performance was not big. But with the change in the process, Samsung probably thinks it should take a step back. The SM8550, Kuo said, is better than SM8450 and SM8475. Indirectly, it is better than Samsung’s recent Exynos chipsets. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series finally shows up in renders









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