It is widely known that Samsung has The Galaxy S23 ditched the Exynos 2300 in favor of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.. However, there is no official word from either Samsung or Qualcomm regarding Snapdragon exclusivity. Some reports also claim that The Galaxy S23 will use a higher clocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Now more information about the Exynos 2300 has emerged.
according to Wild rumor from Twitter user @sto_denebkaitosthe Exynos 2300 it has four high-performance CPU cores, four energy-efficient CPU cores, and a dedicated core that focuses on One UI performance. This particular core could be a Cortex-M series-like unit aimed at keeping things smooth on the software side. Apparently, the Exynos 2300 scored 4,500 on Geekbench’s multi-core CPU test.
Preview (opens in new window)Another consultant claims @OreXda that Samsung has created its dream team of engineers Creating a new processor from scratch in 2020. It was reported that this was done during the development of the team Exynos 2100 was underway, and the first chip developed by that team could be released in 2025. It is reported that Samsung cooperates with this company. AMD and Google for this chip and it may be the most stable and high performing chip ever used in a Galaxy smartphone.
Samsung may stick with an AMD GPU for the built-in chipset for the Galaxy S25
Rumors claim Samsung’s flagship smartphone chipset for the Galaxy S25 could include two Cortex-X5 CPU cores, two Cortex-A7xx CPU cores, four Cortex-A5xx CPU cores and an eight-core RDNA3-based AMD GPU (four WGP or Workgroup Processors). It may have a dedicated One UI optimization section similar to the Exynos 2300 for a smooth UI. This chipset may or may not be branded as Exynos.
Back to the possibility of Exynos 2300 being used in some Galaxy S23, the rumor mill claims that won’t happen. The chipset may not go into mass production at all, and the Exynos team is reportedly trying to make the Exynos 2400 competitive with the Snapdragon chipset released for 2024 flagship phones.
All of this is really interesting to read, but you should take this information with a pound of salt. We still don’t know for sure what happened to the flagship Exynos processors, or if they will Samsung It’s trying to make a big comeback with its groundbreaking chip for the Galaxy S25. As for the Galaxy S23, it looks like it’s going with the Samsung Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.