This can only mean one thing: their Exynos chipset is not on par with their flagship devices, good thing there’s options!
Samsung’s next-generation flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S23 series, are likely to be released next year. This range, which is scheduled to debut in January or February 2023, will most likely include the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra.
The vanilla Galaxy S23 is believed to be the lineup’s most compact offering. This device has now been discovered on Geekbench, revealing some of its specifications as well as CPU performance.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 will have the model number SM-S911U, according to the listing. This is most likely the device’s US variant.
The gadget includes a motherboard dubbed Kalama as well as a SoC with a prime core clocked at 3.36GHz, four cores clocked at 2.80GHz, and three efficiency cores rated at 2.02GHz.
The chipset also includes the Adreno 740 GPU, indicating that it is the future Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip.
With the processor comes 8GB of RAM and Android 13. We should expect the 8GB RAM model to have 128GB storage, while the 12GB RAM model will most likely have 256GB storage.
Moving on to the benchmark results, the Galaxy S23 receives 1524 points on the single-core test and 4597 points on the multi-core test of Geekbench 5.
Based on these findings, it appears that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip will not provide significant gains in CPU performance over the previous Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip.
There has also been leaks of more phone specifications such as he Samsung Galaxy S23 series will reportedly come in the colors: Beige, Black, Green, and Light Pink. The 6.1-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen on the S23 will have a refresh rate of 120Hz.
It will have three cameras, the main one of which will be 50MP. There will also be a 12MP ultrawide camera and a 10MP telephoto camera. For selfies, the phone will include a 12MP front camera.
The gadget will largely be identical to the current Galaxy S22, however it may have a larger battery than the S22’s 3,700mAh battery.