We all thought that the Samsung Exynos’ lineup will cease to exist for a while to prioritize with the Tensor G3 manufacturing, but no…
New findings indicate that in the upcoming year, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will only utilize Snapdragon processors. It appears that Samsung gave up trying to divide its flagship lineup into Snapdragon and Exynos versions.
Although this matter has been highlighted for years, Samsung was compelled to distribute more Snapdragon models this year due to the Exynos 2200’s mediocre performance.
It will only utilize the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for the next year. Its chipset division is still operating, however. To advance it, a lot of work still has to be done. The Bluetooth SIG certified two fresh chipsets recently.
Samsung never gives up on its goal of dominating the market for mobile chipsets. As part of the company’s efforts to advance the Exynos gang, a new pair of Exynos processors have been certified.
The two Exynos 1330 and 1380 CPUs from Samsung most likely represent the mid-range lineup. In 2023, new Galaxy A-series phones are most likely to debut using these chips.
The SIG certification’s confirmation of Bluetooth 5.3 compatibility for these SoCs is an intriguing nugget of information. The new standard is a step in the right direction.
The Samsung Exynos 1380 is said to be the 1280’s successor. According to speculations, it includes a Mali-G615 GPU, two ARM Cortex-A CPU cores, and an inbuilt 5G modem.
The modem will provide connectivity over mmWave and sub-6 GHz. In Q1 2023, the chipset might be seen in gadgets like the Galaxy A54 or Galaxy A74. These gadgets are quite significant since they can drive family sales.
The mid-range and “upper-mid-range” markets are associated with 1380. The Samsung Exynos 1330 will be in the lower end of the market in the meanwhile. The chipset will reportedly be small and fall into the same category as the outdated Exynos 850 from 2020.