After astonishing the world by equipping its S range with two chips, depending on the market, now comes the differentiation still carrying the same Qualcomm chip.
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Samsung has taken things to the next level, or it could, according to the latest rumors. If the Koreans had already made it clear that they planned to launch their next S24 series with two chips, depending on the market, keeping the S24 Ultra with a Snapdragon chip in all markets, now rumors indicate that even so, the speeds of the chips in the S24 Ultra would vary by market.
Apparently, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 that will equip the Galaxy S24 Ultra in the U.S., China, Korea, Canada, and the one they equip in Europe, the rest of America, Africa, Asia, and Oceania will be very similar but not identical.
The North American version will arrive being more “for Galaxy” than the rest
Where will the difference lie? One version will come with a Cortex-X4 Prime core at 3.3 GHz, specifically the U.S. version, while the rest of the world will come with a Cortex-X4 Prime core at 3.4 GHz, a very slight variation that could slightly affect the chip’s speed.
It’s not a big deal by any means, but it is noteworthy that Samsung is keen on cutting a few dollars on the processor, where Europeans, Latin Americans, Asians, and Africans always end up losing.
In any case, there is less than two weeks left to find out and see what Samsung has prepared for this 2024.
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