Samsung has reportedly decided to discontinue the use of Exynos processors on the Galaxy S series in 2023, opting instead to rely solely on Snapdragon processors. Meanwhile, Exynos processors have become more dedicated to Pixel phones, where they appear as Tensor chips following rebranding, according to rumors. However, a new flagship Exynos CPU, which could debut on the Galaxy S24 in 2024, is on the horizon.


Details of the Exynos 2300, also known as Quadra, have been leaked. This chipset features a 1+4+4 core configuration, meaning it will have four energy-efficient cores, four high-performance cores, and a Cortex-X3 core. This “super core” will be clocked at 3.09 GHz, and the chipset will adopt custom AMD RDNA 2 architecture.

In addition to the Cortex-X3, the performance cores will include a 2.65 GHz Cortex-A715 and 2.1 GHz Cortex-A510 cores. The GPU will reportedly be produced by Samsung and will be called Xclipse 930. It is unclear whether this CPU will end up being called the Exynos 2300 or 2400. Sources have even mentioned a possible 2500, which could feature a brand-new NPU designed for AI chatbots.

There have been recent rumors that Samsung has developed its own cores, but the company has denied this and remains committed to ARM.

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