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Galaxy flagships will only use Snapdragon until Samsung’s dream chip gets ready

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Samsung collaborated with Qualcomm to bring the Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S23 series globally. At the same time, the company is working on the development of its dream chipset optimized for Galaxy devices. Until it gets ready, Galaxy flagships may only use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip.

According to Daum Money, Qualcomm will supply the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipsets for the Galaxy S23 series smartphones to Samsung. The Snapdragon chip for Galaxy S23 is different from the standard version with higher CPU and GPU clock speeds.

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Until the Galaxy S22 series, the South Korean tech giant managed to use Exynos and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipsets in the Galaxy S series country/region-wise. Due to low performance and heating concerns, the company used just 25% of Exynos SoCs in the Galaxy S22 series.

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This year, Samsung is solely using the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor in the Galaxy S23 series smartphones. Since the development of Samsung’s dream chipset won’t complete in a short time period, it’s expected that the Galaxy S24 series will also follow the current chip strategy.

Inside its roof, Samsung Electronics is working hard to retain consumers’ trust in the Galaxy smartphone lineup, which slumped due to S22’s throttling issues. The company is making major organizational structure changes to improve its performance and create a Galaxy-exclusive chip.

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Our take

Samsung should further expand its partnership with Qualcomm and MediaTek to get chipsets for Galaxy devices. Since TSMC’s foundry is producing chipsets with great performance and efficiency, Samsung must take inspiration from that instead of lowering just nm (process tech).

The company will surely get success in its dream chip development, but we suggest it use first in mid-range smartphones such as the Galaxy A5x instead of Galaxy S25. Samsung should also add talented chip field R&D workers to boost up the development process!

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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BREAKING: Samsung Galaxy S25 might not get bigger battery

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Samsung has no plan to bring a larger battery to the Galaxy S25. In a new report, GalaxyClub reports that the company won’t revise the battery capacity in the next generation of phones. At present, the information has arrived for Standard variant only.

GalaxyClub reports that the Samsung Galaxy S25 will use the same battery as the S24. The phone’s battery will have a rated capacity of 3881mAh, which the company will market as 4000mAh. We still guess the battery efficiency will be improved due to the 3nm chipsets.

The Galaxy S25 smartphone will carry model number SM-S931. The lineup’s Plus and Ultra models should get a battery increment, but it isn’t much expected. As the phone launches early next year, it’s too early to predict such changes for the flagships.

Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant will release new foldable phones next month. The company may launch the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 foldables. Besides, the Galaxy Watch 7, Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro, and Galaxy Ring are likely to be unveiled.

Recently, it was reported that the Galaxy S24 FE is also under testing. The phone benchmarked for the first time on Geekbench, revealing a degraded Exynos 2400 chipset. The Fan Edition device may be introduced sometime around Google’s Fall event.

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Samsung Galaxy F55 5G pricing leaks ahead of India launch

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Samsung would release the Galaxy F55 5G on May 27 in India. A few days back, the company officially unveiled its new mid-range phone, which comes with a stylish vegan leather design. Ahead of the official release, the price of Galaxy F55 5G leaks in India.

Tipster Abhishek Yadav leaked the price of Galaxy F55 5G in India. The input reveals that the phone starts at INR 26,999, with the most expensive model costing INR 32,999. The pricing strategy is quite identical to the Galaxy M55 5G which launched earlier in the market.

According to the leak, the Galaxy F55 5G’s 8GB+128GB variant could cost INR 26,999, 8GB+256GB could cost INR 29,999 and 12GB+256GB could cost INR 32,999. The company is also likely to announce early bird offers including an instant discount of INR 2,000.

The Galaxy F55 5G is a rebadged version of the Galaxy C55 5G released in China earlier. It comes with a 50-megapixel selfie camera, Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor, up to 12GB of RAM, 120Hz sAMOLED display, 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging, and much more.

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Don’t forget: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra may launch this year

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra was missing from the internet over the last couple of weeks. We were hearing about the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6, which may launch in July this year. Recently, a reliable source allegedly confirmed the existence of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra.

The company releases two types of foldable phones in the second half of every year. A clamshell-type Flip and a book-type Fold were unveiled in the market. This year, Samsung is rumored to launch an Ultra variant of its Galaxy Z Fold smartphone with powerful specs.

In his X post, Roland Quandt highlighted that Q6A is very real. While the tip doesn’t mention Samsung or Galaxy Fold, we heard in the past that Q6A is an additional variant of the Fold 6. It aligns with the rumors of the first Ultra Fold’s arrival this year.

The Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra is expected to come with in-built S Pen support. The Standard variant will also support S Pen input, but there will not be any dedicated compartment for storage. Some other aspects may also be improved to differentiate it from the Standard variant.

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