We haven't even started testing the Exynos 2400 and we're already looking forward to the next generation of chips from the three-star company.
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The Galaxy S24 series was unveiled last week in San Jose, USA, and brought back a Samsung classic, the differentiation of the Galaxy S24 and S24+ based on markets using either Qualcomm or the in-house Exynos chip.
Specifically, the Galaxy S24 and S24+ in European, Latin American, Asian, and African markets brought the Exynos 2400 after a one-year hiatus. Reservations can already be made for both devices, although they have not yet started reaching buyers.
Samsung Shows No Mercy and Is Already Thinking About the Next Series in Its High-End Lineup
In this context, the news is that we already have the first information about what will be the next chip from the Korean brand, the Exynos 2500, which will be equipped in the Galaxy S25, S25+, at least.
X5 MP1 : 3.3GHz~3.2GHz
A730 MP3 : 2.5GHz~2.3GHz
A730 MP2: ?GHz~?GHz
A520 MP4: ?GHz~?GHz https://t.co/FkgK2TNh9u
— Connor / 코너 / コナー (@OreXda) January 21, 2024
The informant OreXda, on his Twitter account, revealed that it would feature a 10-core CPU similar to the Exynos 2400 chip, improving the manufacturing process, and the GPU with the new generation of ARM.
With this leak, we are certain that Samsung is going to resume its two-chip approach based on the market, and there is hope that the Exynos 2500 could be the chip promised by Samsung, on par with the competition and specifically with those manufactured by Qualcomm.
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