Samsung Galaxy S23 Series SoC Mystery
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is set to officially launch on February 1st, and in the meantime, there have been many rumors and leaks about the upcoming series. It’s important to note that all information regarding the specs and features of the Galaxy S23 Series, including the information about its SoC, is still based on rumors and leaks from trusted people, and has not been officially confirmed by Samsung.
One of the most talked-about rumors is that Samsung’s exclusive Snapdragon 8 Gen2 high-frequency version will be manufactured in-house, rather than by TSMC. However, well-known insiders have stated that the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is actually OEM by TSMC, not Samsung.
The chip, which is customized by Qualcomm for Samsung, is called the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy. This Snapdragon 8 Gen2 Mobile Platform has a super-large core of Cortex X3 and a CPU clock frequency of 3.36GHz, which is higher than the 3.2GHz version used by the regular version and has 5-6% more powerful CPU performance.
In addition, the new version of the second-generation Snapdragon 8 CPU part also includes four 2.8GHz large cores and three 2.0GHz small cores, as well as an Adreno 740 GPU. These improvements mean that the Galaxy S23 Series SoC will likely have even more powerful and efficient performance than its predecessor, but all of this is still a rumor until Samsung confirm it.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is shaping up to be an exciting release for tech enthusiasts and smartphone users alike, with its new and improved Snapdragon 8 Gen2 Mobile Platform being one of the key features that set it apart from previous models. So, stay tuned for the official launch, and confirmation of the specs and features.