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More details about Samsung’s next-gen Exynos chip leak

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Last updated: May 27th, 2022 at 09:21 UTC+02:00

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Samsung is working on the next-generation Exynos chipset. The upcoming processor’s model number (S5E9935) was revealed, too. Now, the internal codename of the next-generation Exynos chipset has been leaked.

According to reliable tipster Roland Quandt (@rquandt), Samsung has set its next flagship Exynos chipset’s internal codename as “Quadra.” The Exynos 2200’s codename is Pamir, and it was announced earlier this year for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. While we are unsure of the upcoming Exynos chipset’s specifications and improvements, it may be launched as the Exynos 2300.

The upcoming chipset could use the 3nm GAA fabrication process and have the latest ARM CPU cores and an updated Xclipse GPU based on AMD’s new Radeon GPU. The mass production of 3nm chipsets is expected to start later this year, perfectly in sync with the next Exynos processor.

Some rumors claim that Samsung will not use Exynos chipsets in its flagship Galaxy S series for the next two years, and the reason could be lower performance and throttling issues. The company has reportedly created a team of 1,000 employees to develop a new custom chipset from scratch, and it will be used for the first time in the Galaxy S25 in 2025.

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