Samsung’s Exynos processor hasn’t received much attention from its users due to its relatively low performance over its Snapdragon companions. Disliking the poor performance, users have urged Samsung to offer future Galaxy devices with Snapdragon processors worldwide.
It looks like Samsung has listened to the users and now it is planning to launch the upcoming Galaxy phones with Snapdragon processors all over the world. A piece of new information reveals that the forthcoming Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra will feature Snapdragon chips in all countries.
Previously, there were reports that Samsung will introduce its new Exynos 2200 chipset and the Galaxy S22 series will be the first to use it. Meanwhile, as per tipster Ahmed Qwaider, Samsung has dropped this plan and is looking to put Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor inside Galaxy S22 Ultra everywhere.
It seems a piece of good news for Samsung fans, especially for those who belong to Asia, Europe, and Latin America as they usually get the Exynos version of Note and S series phones.
⭕️Officially good news for Samsung fans
Satisfying and satisfying users and after a state of anger on Exynos and the #Exynos2200 copies were canceled
for phone#Snapdragon8Gen1 for Galaxy S22 Ultra will come in all countries of the world💪💪
But it will be announced in the future pic.twitter.com/FPUaBGSHHs
— Ahmed Qwaider (@AhmedQwaider888) January 13, 2022
To be mentioned, both the Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 use one Cortex-X2 core, three Cortex-A710 cores, and four Cortex-A510 cores, and both are built using Samsung Foundry’s 4nm process. But, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1’s Adreno GPU is reportedly more powerful than Exynos 2200’s AMD RDNA2-based GPU.
Moving on, Samsung Exynos 2200 was officially scheduled to launch on January 11, 2022, however, this hasn’t happened. And, it the company might not introduce it for a few months now. Right now, we can’t clarify when the makers will release this chipset and which phone will use it.
As soon as any new information arrives on this matter, we’ll make sure to inform you. Till then, you can look forward to our Samsung Galaxy S22 series tracker (linked below) that carries all major and minor details about the devices.
Google foldable launch delayed until 2023! Samsung doesn’t know whether to be happy or not!
Samsung now has a big range of foldable screen devices including the latest Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Earlier, it was reported that Google is also preparing to join the foldable smartphone market, while recent news suggests that its launch is now postponed until Spring 2023.
According to the information (via @DSCCRoss), Google has postponed the launch of its first foldable smartphone called Pixel Notepad until 2023. While the industry was expecting its arrival during the I/O 2022, Google shifted this timeline until the next Spring.
On the other hand, Samsung is swiftly working on the fourth generation of the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip lines, while the phones reportedly launching this August. As Google’s delaying its foldable launch, it’s a good sign for Samsung that it won’t face competition, at least this year.
At the same time, this is not wholly good news for Samsung as its Display is likely not receiving foldable panel orders for the Pixel Notepad this year. So, if there’s no Pixel foldable phone coming, Samsung Display’s shipments will remain to Samsung Electronics only.
Samsung making something that most of the Galaxy S23 buyers won’t like
Samsung is reportedly working on two new Exynos mobile chipsets including a mid-range and a flagship. Previously, it is reported that the company won’t launch any Exynos variant of its upcoming flagship smartphone lineup, due to the poor response of Exynos 2200.
Meanwhile, the latest report claims that the Korean tech giant is still working on a new flagship Exynos processor that is likely to be installed in the upcoming Galaxy S23 series smartphones. The codename of that under-development chipset is S5E9935, while the Exynos 2200’s codename is S5E9925.
According to the company’s naming practice, this chipset might debut as the Exynos 2300 next year. However, there’s no information available regarding the upgrades and improvements of this chipset over the Exynos 2200 that packs AMD’s Xclipse GPU.
This year, Samsung extended the Snapdragon variant models’ availability to more regions compared to the previous years. The company is shipping the Snapdragon variants of the Galaxy S22 series in one of the biggest markets in the world – India, where Exynos was shipped for years.
If Samsung is going to introduce the Exynos 2300 chipset this year, it will surely be debuting with the Galaxy S23 series phones, however, the availability will be limited. If Samsung remains on its Exynos 2300 chip development, the Galaxy S23 buyers’ Snapdragon-only dream will remain a dream.
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This is what Samsung Galaxy M13 will look like!
Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy M13, an entry-level smartphone, in the near future, meanwhile, we just got its official renders that show what it will look like. Thanks to tipster Evan Blass for sharing the Samsung Galaxy M13 press renders ahead of the official launch.
According to the renders, the Galaxy M13 will be available in different color options such as Blue, Copper, and Green. On the rear side, it has a triple camera system, which looks a lot similar to the Galaxy A23. You can check the upcoming phone’s design below.
Galaxy M13 pic.twitter.com/Wxe03s30bj
— Ev (@evleaks) May 25, 2022
On the front, the Galaxy M13 is apparently equipped with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD Infinity-V display with HD+ resolution. Moreover, the right side is the same as other Galaxy phones bringing the volume up/down buttons alongside the Side/Bixby key with fingerprint sensor, as always, the left side remains vacant.
It is expected that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy M13 smartphone with a 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Under the hood, the phone will be packed with a 5,000mAh battery supporting 15W fast charging, as well as Android 12-based One UI 4.1 pre-installed.
- Read more about the Galaxy M13 smartphone HERE.