Samsung will unveil special Galaxy chips at the Galaxy S23 launch event in February


Samsung is preparing to release the Galaxy S23 series. The South Korean tech giant is expected to hold its Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1st for this purpose. A reliable tipster suggests that Samsung may also reveal new special chips for Galaxy devices during the event. Earlier rumors suggested that the Galaxy S23 series might be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset globally. In the past, the company has faced criticism for the performance of its Exynos-powered Galaxy S22 series models.

Tipster is on Universe Ice (Twitter: @UniverseIce). tweeted Samsung Mobile Experience (MX) CEO TM Roh unveils the ‘Galaxy Special Chip’ during the launch of the Galaxy S23 series. Recent reports have claimed that Samsung’s latest flagship line could debut on February 1 at the Galaxy Unpacked event.

A previous report stated that Samsung MX has formed an in-house Application Processor (AP) solution development team to work on the new chipset for the Galaxy S series. The company used vendors such as Qualcomm and MediaTek. for its Exynos chipsets.

Samsung’s next chipset is likely to be its own proprietary SoC, which could be found in the company’s upcoming Galaxy S series smartphones in 2025. It has reportedly partnered with Google and AMD to develop this chip. It is believed that Samsung may use an advanced 3nm process to manufacture it.

We can expect more information when the South Korean tech giant unveils the Galaxy S23 series, which includes the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra flagship models. These upcoming flagship smartphones are believed to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. In addition, the Galaxy S23 Ultra may install four rear cameras, led by a 200-megapixel primary sensor.

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