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Samsung Galaxy S23 series would only use Qualcomm chipset: Ming-Chi Kuo



Samsung Galaxy S23 series would only use Qualcomm chipset: Ming-Chi Kuo



Admin | Post Tuesday, 12 July 2022 - 11:38 AM | 38

The Samsung Galaxy S23 could only use Qualcomm?s Snapdragon processor globally. This is compared to the Galaxy S22, only 70% for which the Snapdragon processor was used. The report also adds that the Galaxy S23 is less likely to adopt the Exynos 2300 as it cannot compete with the SM8550. A previous report said the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will use the same 10-megapixel telephoto resolution as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. The handset is also said to have featured innovative battery technology in a recent report.

According to a recent series of tweets According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Qualcomm is expected to be the exclusive processor supplier for the Samsung Galaxy S23. As a reminder, this is compared to the Galaxy S22, only 70% for which the Snapdragon processor was used. Qualcomm?s flagship 5G SM8550 chip made in the TSMC 4nm process is likely to power the Galaxy S23. Kuo also added that Samsung?s flagship smartphone might not adopt the Samsung-made 4nm Exynos 2300 chipset. The Snapdragon SM8550 is said to have been optimized for TSMC?s design rule, giving it advantages over the SM8450 and SM8475 in terms of computing power and power efficiency.

A previous report said the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will use the same 10-megapixel telephoto resolution as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. It?s likely to be 3x, as it was this year, and in fact, it could very well be the exact same setup, including the same sensor. It just hasn?t been specifically rumored so far, according to the report.

Samsung?s flagship handset is also said to have featured innovative battery technology in a recent report. According to a tipster, Samsung plans to use the stacking method to manufacture electric vehicle (EV) batteries for its rumored Galaxy S23 line. Samsung SDI would use this method to manufacture its Gen 5 EV batteries. The South Korean tech giant is now expected to replace the currently used ?jelly-roll? method with the stacking method for its smartphone batteries as well. Moreover, the tipster suggested that applying this method could lead to a significant increase in the battery capacities of the Galaxy S23 series compared to the Galaxy S22 line.


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