One of the big questions when a mobile phone manufacturer is going to launch a new batch of these is to know what components will be inside it. The capabilities of the device depend on it, and sometimes it is very important due to the fact that the components are from home, and not from other companies. And today is another matter, Where we will have Samsung Galaxy S23 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip.
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All followers of the mobile world know that there are brands that manufacture some components of their phones. The case that worries us, Samsung, is one of them as it puts the latest screens in its devices and till a few years back used to put processors on these devices as well. And it is that the Korean company has been working against the current for years to prepare its Exynos chips for the competition.
However, this will not be the case for SSamsung Galaxy S23, where it is confirmed that it will indeed come with built-in Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Sammobile has revealed through a filtered image that the company has decided to bet on the latest from Qualcomm as it has been doing over the years rather than bet on a homegrown product.
But the most curious thing about the image, where said confirmation can be seen at the bottom right, seems to be that the microprocessor maker has created a special edition for Samsung. And that chip will be called the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy. This means that the company has made a chip for Signature, which is said to have been improved keeping in mind the basic features it offered. This will be noticeable in the power of both the CPU and GPU, which will provide more speed for working with data and graphics.
Definitely goodbye to Exynos?
The arrival of the new Qualcomm chip in the latest Samsung terminal was an open secret. However, this may generate more fear than surprise, as it would mean that the firm will either not manufacture its own processors or will do so but not for its high-end phones.
We’ll see how the company’s future turns out in this regard, but for now everything indicates that we won’t see more house chips in the flagship of the Korean terminal, at least for now.