For the next Galaxy S23 series, Samsung has decided to go with only Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets. It was the rumor for almost a year, and now it has finally been stopped by Qualcomm executives. Qualcomm CFO Akash Palkhiwala has confirmed it in his latest tweet on social media. It is welcome news for Samsung users as they can now get a Galaxy S23 smartphone with only one option – Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
When it comes to performance, Qualcomm’s chipset always beats Samsung’s Exynos by some margin. And this trend always follows every year. Users don’t find it a good value for their money as another user received a more refined model.
In the last few years, Samsung has minimized the production of Exynos chipsets for its flagship devices. With Galaxy S22, there are only a few countries that received Exynos-powered models. Now, from this year there will be only Qualcomm-powered devices in all the major markets.
According to an industry expert, the chipset will produce enough power to speed up Galaxy S23 series. The Galaxy S23 Ultra would get an advanced ISOCELL 200MP camera sensor to capture excellent images in many corners. The remaining models to see an increment in camera performance.
The display sizes will be 6.1-inch for S23, 6.4-inch for S23+, and 6.8-inch for S23 Ultra. For the fresh flagship devices, Samsung to release the One UI 5.1 version. In the new round of rumors, the company might announce the Galaxy S23 trio in the first week of February.