Following the global release of the Galaxy S23 series with a Snapdragon CPU, Samsung will resume its customary dual-chip strategy in 2019. Exynos 2400 will be used by the Galaxy S24 series in some markets and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in others. Alternately, it’s possible that the Korean company will only employ the Snapdragon in the Ultra model globally while using Exynos in the other two variants. However, regardless of the model, you might not want to purchase an Exynos-powered Galaxy S24 if a recent rumor is true.
@Tech_Reve, a tipster on X, claims that the Exynos 2400 cannot compete with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in terms of CPU and GPU performance. Exynos performs worse than average on single-core CPU performance, whereas multi-core CPU performance is roughly the same or slightly skewed in favor of the latter. This is true despite Samsung giving up the cost-cutting strategies it had been using for several years and investing everything it had into the project. According to the tip, the production procedure and chip design used by the Korean company are flawed.
Samsung’s 4nm 4LPP+ manufacturing node serves as the foundation for the Exynos 2400. On the other hand, TSMC uses its 4nm N4P process to produce the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip. According to reports, both methods use about the same amount of electricity, but the first one has “slightly inferior” total CPU performance. Meanwhile, the new Exynos chip uses more GPU power than its Snapdragon cousin. Additionally, its stability is reportedly around 90%, just a little lower than the Snapdragon’s 95%.
Samsung is unable to solve Exynos issue even after a year
In conclusion, Samsung has not yet resolved all its Exynos issues. Power, performance, and temperature problems have long plagued the company’s internal processors. They were never as effective as rival Snapdragon solutions. Nevertheless, the business stuck with its dual-chip approach for many years. But as public discontent grew, it eventually gave up and decided to go all-in on Snapdragon for the Galaxy S23 series this year. After that, Samsung went back to the drawing board to address the Exynos issues.
It has now developed a new Exynos chip, but it is still inferior to the most recent Snapdragon. Since neither chip has been officially released, the complete picture is unknown. However, leaks at this point ought to be largely true. The source of this material has a respectable history of leaking Samsung-related information. Even though it’s still advisable to wait for official information on the Exynos 2400 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, things don’t currently appear to be looking well for Samsung. When we have more details about these chips, we’ll let you know.
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