It was big news that this year’s Samsung Galaxy S23 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip in Europe. In this part of the world we usually always get an Exynos chip in the Korean tech brand’s flagships. We hope you’re not used to the change brought by the S23, because there’s a good chance the S24 will return to Exynos in Europe.
Exynos in Samsung Galaxy S24
It was thought that Samsung had now completely switched to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor because the Exynos chipsets often showed issues, such as overheating and performance issues, but it looks like Samsung will return to those chips. A great option, given the bugs, poor impact on battery life, and more issues that unfortunately appear more quickly with Exynos chips than with Snapdragons.
The delicious, and often right, Ice Universe says that the Exynos 2400 chip is a great contender to be implemented in the Samsung Galaxy S24. This may worry Europe, but it cannot be ruled out that this may be the choice in other regions. Although Samsung hasn’t announced it yet (and probably won’t until early 2024, when the device is expected to launch), Ice Universe says it’s 100% sure.
No Snapdragon 8 Gen 3
The tech company is likely making this choice because the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is expensive. Especially since people are now becoming more careful about spending money, since many things are becoming more expensive, this seems to be the reason why they choose the cheaper option. Moreover, it’s not all doom and gloom: Samsung’s Exynos chips aren’t standing still. Processes continue to be improved, as do the resulting treatments.
Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy S24 is expected to have better displays and better batteries, so there’s a lot of upgrading in these devices. Although we’ll all have to wait and see: it won’t be complete until Samsung announces it. But the anticipation is half the fun, of course. Although it’s not really fun for everyone that Exynos will be back soon for us Europeans.
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