We return to the three-star company's two-chip policy, depending on the market.
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Last year, the news was that all devices in the S series would come with the same chip in all markets, and it would be none other than a Qualcomm chip, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, thus putting aside the Exynos chips that Samsung used to manufacture and equip in some of its high-end devices.
This year’s news is the return to Exynos chips for the Galaxy S24 and S24+ in many markets, such as Europe. This was confirmed yesterday with the presentation of Samsung’s new flagship devices, allowing us to delve deeper into the characteristics of this chip.
We’re talking about a processor with a 10-core CPU and an AMD Xclipse 940 GPU
It is a chip manufactured in 4nm third-generation processes developed by the new Samsung Foundry 4LPP+. It features a 10-core CPU consisting of a Cortex X4 core at 3.2 GHz, two Cortex A720 cores at 2.90 GHz, three Cortex A720a cores at 2.6 GHz, and four Cortex A520 cores at 1.95 GHz, speeds lower than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 equipped in the Galaxy S24 Ultra in all markets.
As for the GPU, the Exynos 2400 features the AMD Xclipse 940 GPU. Samsung claims it is 70% faster than the last high-end Exynos they produced, the Exynos 2200.
It seems that we are dealing with a great chip, but it is not on par with the one manufactured by Qualcomm. However, it will be the one used by Samsung in the vast majority of markets, except for the U.S., Korea, and a few other countries.
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