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Samsung’s latest Exynos SoC will go official on January 12, 2021

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After a long session of leaks and rumors of Samsung‘s latest flagship chipset – Exynos 2100, the company has finally brought us an official confirmation of the launch date of this processor.

As per the previous reports, Samsung has all set to launch the latest flagship smartphones under its Galaxy S series. This series will get three new members which will be named – Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra.

The Galaxy S21 series will be launched on January 14, next year. In the meantime, Samsung wants to expose the latest Exynos processor that is equipped with the Galaxy S21 models.

According to the official information, Samsung’s newer Exynos SoC will be officially launched on January 12, 2021. The company has posted a teaser from its official Samsung Exynos Twitter handle, and the teaser ends with “Exynos is back”.

Read More: Samsung Galaxy S21 series will come with Exynos 2100 chipset in Europe: Tipster

However the company has not detailed the name or specs of the upcoming processor, we can surely expect that it will be Exynos 2100 that has surfaced numerous times online.

Samsung Exynos 2100 is expected to have a Cortex-X1 CPU core, three Cortex-A78 cores, four Cortex-A55 CPU Cores, and the Mali-G78 GPU. Besides, an earlier leak suggests that the South Korean tech giant has used the older 7nm process technology to build the newer Exynos chipset instead of the latest 5nm process.

Furthermore, Samsung has also launched the Exynos 1080 5G processor that will be used for mid-range smartphones. This chipset has built on a 5-nanometer process to manage performance-intensive tasks with ease.

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Samsung Galaxy S25’s 3nm Exynos 2500 to beat Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 in power efficiency

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Samsung’s first 3nm Exynos 2500 chip could outpace Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 in power efficiency. Both chipsets will power the next-gen Galaxy flagships, scheduled for an early 2025 launch. Recent input suggests that Exynos is returning as a tough rival to Snapdragon.

The Exynos 2500 will be made on Samsung’s 2nd-gen 3nm process technology. The S24’s Exynos 2400 chipset impressed the industry with significant improvements over its predecessor. The company appears to be leveling up the game next year.

Thanks to the cutting-edge process node, Samsung’s next Exynos could finally surpass its Snapdragon counterpart in power efficiency. The company may utilize its advanced FOWLP in the Exynos 2500 to make it run at higher clock speeds at the same power consumption level.

Qualcomm is facing power efficiency concerns with its recent Snapdragon chips. Due to reduced efficiency, phone makers are forced to bring up to 5000mAh battery. Samsung apparently seized this opportunity to bring back its in-house Exynos back to the contest.

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Samsung and Intel race to develop next-gen AI processors

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Following Google, Meta, Apple and Microsoft, Samsung and Intel joined the race to develop next-gen AI processors. Aimed to lead AI semiconductor tech, both companies launched chips addressing NVIDIA GPU shortcomings, including price and performance per watt.

After completing the development of MACH-1, Samsung has recently started working on MACH-2. The company has also supplied MACH-1 prototypes to major IT firms in South Korea (Naver) and other parts of the world to gather feedback for MACH-2 development.

Intel launched its latest AI semiconductor – Gaudi 3, collaborating with Naver. The company aims to counter NVIDIA GPU drawbacks, particularly in price and performance per watt. Notably, Intel’s Gaudi 3 offers over 40% better power efficiency than NVIDIA GPUs.

Tech giants launching AI chips also prioritize energy efficiency. Google Cloud’s TPU “v5p” is 60% more energy-efficient than similar hardware, with a performance of 459 TFlops. Samsung also prioritizes power efficiency in MACH-1 and MACH-2 development.

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Samsung Customization Service just got better with April 2024 update

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Samsung is rolling out an April 2024 update for the Customization Service app with version 3.5.01.4. This update brings bug fixes and general enhancements that promise to elevate the overall user experience.

The fresh update of the Samsung Customization service improves some functions for smoother performance. Also, it fixes some issues that users encountered in previous versions to make the app more reliable. Notably, the update is compatible with Galaxy devices running Android 14 or Android 13.

The Customization Service app is designed for Samsung devices to deliver individual preferences and needs smartly. By analyzing user interactions and data, the service offers personalized content and recommendations, creating a unique and tailored experience for each Samsung device owner.

With the April 2024 update, Samsung aims to provide better performance and user experience to Galaxy users through Customization Service. You can get the latest update through the Galaxy Store or download it directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

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