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Galaxy S24 series will feature a Snapdragon chip or Exynos

In recent weeks, there has been a lot of speculation about the chipset that will be used in the Galaxy S24 series for Europe. Many leakers agree on the return of Exynos, which should have ten cores. However, the situation could turn out differently, and we might also get Snapdragon here.

Lately, there have been many speculations about the chipset powering the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 series. While some claim that Samsung will use the Exynos 2400 for the Galaxy S24 phones in Europe, others say that’s not entirely true. So, what’s the truth? We might finally know the answer.

Galaxy S24 Ultra and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3

According to the latest information from the leaker Setsuna Digital, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will use Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 on all markets, which would make sense. The South Korean manufacturer will save a bit and use its own Exynos for S24/S24+, but customers who want the Ultra version won’t miss out on Snapdragon. However, the question remains: what impact would this situation have on the sales of the entire series? If Qualcomm’s chipset is significantly better again, we could theoretically see a situation where the Plus version doesn’t sell as well as this year, and customers might just pay a few thousand more for the Ultra.

Reports suggest that the S24 Ultra will have a base 8 GB RAM, with the maximum storage capacity increased to 2 TB, which is twice as much as the S23 Ultra.

Samsung Exynos or Snapdragon

Exynos 2400: What can we expect?

Returning to the Exynos 2400, this chip should have ten cores led by an extra powerful Cortex-X4 core. The graphics chip should be the Xclipse 940, developed in collaboration with AMD. This GPU unit should offer twice the computing power compared to the Xclipse 920 in the Exynos 2200.

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