Samsung Galaxy S23 could use just Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor globally, according to reports. In comparison to the Galaxy S22, the Snapdragon CPU was only utilized 70% of the time. According to the report, the likelihood of the Galaxy S23 utilizing Exynos 2300 is low because it cannot compete with SM8550. According to a recent source, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ would feature the same 10-megapixel telephoto camera resolution as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. According to a recent source, the device would also have a new battery technology.
Recent tweets from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicate that Qualcomm will be the exclusive CPU provider for the Samsung Galaxy S23. In comparison to the Galaxy S22, the Snapdragon CPU was utilized in only 70 percent of cases. The Galaxy S23 is believed to be powered by Qualcomm’s premier 5G chip, the SM8550, which is manufactured using TSMC’s 4nm technology. Kuo noted that Samsung’s flagship smartphone may not utilize the Exynos 2300 chipset that is manufactured using the 4nm process. The Snapdragon SM8550 was stated to be designed for TSMC’s design guideline, offering it compute power and power efficiency benefits over the SM8450 and SM8475.
According to a recent source, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ would feature the same 10-megapixel telephoto camera resolution as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. It seems probable that it will be 3x, as it was this year, and it may even be the exact same arrangement, including the same sensor. According to the article, this has not been explicitly rumored till now.
According to a recent claim, Samsung’s flagship handset would also include a revolutionary battery technology. According to a rumor, Samsung intends to use the stacking technology for manufacturing electric vehicle (EV) batteries in its rumored Galaxy S23 series. Reportedly, Samsung SDI uses this technology to manufacture their Gen 5 EV batteries. It is anticipated that the South Korean tech giant will replace the present “jelly-roll” technology with the stacking method for its smartphone batteries. In addition, the source suggests that the implementation of this technique could result in a substantial increase in the battery capacity of the Galaxy S23 series compared to the Galaxy S22 series.