The most important chips of 2023 will be produced by TSMC

The Taiwanese company TSMC is one of the most important manufacturers of advanced chips for other companies. Now, according to a new report, it seems that the most important Android chips of 2023 will be produced by this company.

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The Taiwanese company TSMC is one of the most important manufacturers of advanced chips for other companies. Now, according to a new report, it seems that the most important Android chips of 2023 will be produced by this company.

To remind you, we should say that Qualcomm has had extensive cooperation with Samsung in the last few years, but after performing worse than Snapdragon 8 generation 1, the company decided to leave the production of the Plus model to TSMC. Thanks to this decision, the chip in question looks much better in terms of processor and GPU and consumes much less energy. Therefore, Qualcomm has finally decided to entrust the production of the next generations of its flagship chips to TSMC.

Now, one of the famous Chinese whistleblowers has announced that, apart from Snapdragon 8 generation 2, Qualcomm will produce Snapdragon 7 generation 2. has also signed a cooperation agreement with TSMC. On the other hand, MediaTek's Dimensity 9100 and Dimensity 8200 chips are going to be produced by this Taiwanese company.

In 2023, flagship Android phones will be released mainly with Snapdragon 8 generation 2 and Dimensity 9100 chips. On the other hand, Snapdragon 7 generation 2 and Dimensity 8200 chips are also used for 2023 mid-ranges. It is said that Snapdragon 7 generation 2 has not changed much compared to the previous generation and the most important change is the migration from Samsung's 4nm lithography to TSMC's 4nm lithography. Due to this lack of significant change, Qualcomm may unveil this chip under the name of Snapdragon 7 Plus Generation 1. Currently, Snapdragon 7 Generation 1 is not well received by mid-range phone manufacturers. Part of this seems to be due to Samsung's bad reputation in making the chip in question. At the same time, the Snapdragon 778G and 778G Plus chips, which are based on TSMC's 6nm manufacturing technology, have been very well received.

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