It has been broadly reported that Samsung has ditched the Exynos 2300 in favor of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for the Galaxy S23. However, there has been no official phrase from both Samsung or Qualcomm in regards to the Snapdragon’s exclusivity. Some experiences additionally declare that the Galaxy S23 will use a higher-clocked model of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Now, extra details about the Exynos 2300 has appeared.
According to a wild rumor from Twitter person @sto_denebkaitos, the Exynos 2300 has 4 high-performance CPU cores, 4 power-efficient CPU cores, and a special core that takes care of One UI efficiency. That special core might be a Cortex-M series-like unit that focuses on holding issues clean on the software program facet. Apparently, the Exynos 2300 scored 4,500 factors in Geekbench’s multi-core CPU take a look at.
Preview (opens in a new window)Another tipster @OreXda claims that Samsung created its dream crew of engineers in 2020 to create a new processor from the bottom up. This crew was reportedly made whereas the event of Exynos 2100 was in progress, and the primary chip designed by that crew might be launched in 2025. Samsung is reportedly working in collaboration with AMD and Google for this chip, and it might be probably the most secure and high-performance chip ever utilized in a Galaxy smartphone.
Samsung may follow AMD GPU for an in-house chipset designed for Galaxy S25
Rumors declare that Samsung’s flagship smartphone chipset for the Galaxy S25 may have two Cortex-X5 CPU cores, two Cortex-A7xx CPU cores, 4 Cortex-A5xx CPU cores, and the RDNA3-based AMD GPU with eight cores (4 WGP or Workgroup Processors). It may have a special One UI optimization unit, just like the Exynos 2300, for a clean UI. This chipset could or is probably not branded as Exynos.
Coming again to the opportunity of the Exynos 2300 being utilized in some Galaxy S23, the rumor mill claims that it will not occur. The chipset could not go into mass manufacturing in any respect, and the Exynos crew is reportedly attempting to make the Exynos 2400 aggressive with the Snapdragon chipset launched for 2024 flagship telephones.
All of that is actually fascinating to learn, however it’s best to take this info with a pound of salt. We nonetheless do not know for positive what’s taking place with flagship Exynos processors and if Samsung is attempting to make a huge comeback with a groundbreaking chip for the Galaxy S25. Regarding the Galaxy S23, although, it seems to be like Samsung goes all in with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.