Much had been speculated about the Samsung S23 series for next year and its choice of processors, since for years it has had two variants depending on the region that Exynos and Qualcomm options bring us.
But today, it has been the same CEO of the chip-producing company who has given the signal, declaring that the proportion of Samsung equipment that will use Qualcomm chips will rise next year compared to the current 75%.
This means that not only phones will benefit from the alliance of Qualcomm and Samsung, but also laptops, tablets, Galaxy Books and Windows laptops too, since this alliance has just been extended until 2030, compromising 3G, 4G, 5G and eventually 6G equipment.
Rumors also indicate that the decision was rushed, because initially in 2024 Samsung was going to have only Qualcomm chips, but the results of the Exynos 2230 5G apparently did not convince, so the Koreans would have decided to start over in their eagerness to develop a own chip.
Let’s remember, then, that the Galaxy Flip 4 and Galaxy Fold 4 series that will be presented this August will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 processors, so apparently Exynos processors will say goodbye to Samsung’s high-end until further notice.