Samsung launches its flagship phones in two models equipped with Snapdragon and Exynos chips. Qualcomm-based chip models will hit the Chinese and American markets, and users living in other parts of the world should use Exynos chips. Now the Korean site ET News reports that Samsung wants to use Exynos chips for more of its handsets. From 20% to 50% to 60%. As a result, Samsung's chip maker will more than double its supply of Exynos chips for these handsets by 2022.
An informed source said that Samsung has solved the problems related to 5G communication and generating a lot of heat for the new generation of Exynos chips. Most of Samsung's low-cost handsets now use Qualcomm or MediaTek chips, and it looks like Samsung intends to use the same chips for these handsets as well.
It should be noted that the Exynos 1080 is Samsung's best mid-range chipset. It is possible that it has not been used for any of the Galaxy phones yet, and to use it, you have to choose from Vivo phones. Although Samsung wants to increase the number of handsets based on its chips, some time ago, one of the revelators announced that the Galaxy S22 series phones equipped with Snapdragon chipset will enter more markets due to problems with the Exynos 2200.
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Source: Android Authority