Samsung’s apply of utilizing each Exynos and Qualcomm-branded chipsets in its flagship gadgets has lengthy been a degree of competition between Android lovers, and evidently there may be some affirmation (albeit unofficial) that the corporate is transferring away from this method to manufacturing and advertising and marketing its upcoming smartphones.
Goodbye, Exynos. That is one of the best information of the week. pic.twitter.com/s9tAYAdY8t
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 4, 2022
A Tweet from tech informant Ice Universe shares a snippet of an earnings name from Qualcomm CFO Akash Palkhiwala, which mentions expectations for a powerful second half of Q1 2023. As such, this time interval coincides with the primary variety of months of gross sales for the upcoming Galaxy S23 gadgets, and the assertion reveals that Qualcomm has moved from a 75% SoC share (from the S22 collection) to a world share, implying that every one Galaxy S23 fashions will now include Qualcomm chipsets.
For these unfamiliar with the entire Exynos-Qualcomm debacle, there’s a long-time argument of types relating to the efficiency of Exynos-powered Samsung flagships in comparison with their Qualcomm counterparts, with the latter offering higher total efficiency by way of usability and common stability.
With that mentioned although, there are nonetheless rumors on-line that we may see an Exynos-powered S23 mannequin. After all, solely time – and an official announcement – will inform us what to anticipate from Samsung’s much-anticipated flagship choices.