Samsung went all-in on Snapdragon chips for its recently released Galaxy S23 series. The company has not announced a flagship chipset for its smartphone in quite some time. Now, a new leak from reliable source Ice Universe reveals that Samsung is working on a new 10-core Exynos chipset for its flagship devices.
According to the leaker, the upcoming Exynos 2400 CPU will have a 10-core architecture, as opposed to the current Octa-Core CPUs. This appears to be very encouraging news, and we hope that the industry will adopt this new architecture for the next generation of flagship SoCs.
The Exynos 2400 chipset is said to include a Cortex X4 core, two high frequency A720 performance cores, three low frequency A720 performance cores and four A520 efficient cores.
This should increase the efficiency of the battery. But it’s too early to say that. However, according to previous reports, Samsung’s “Dream Team,” which includes over 1,000 employees, will be developing a high-end custom processor for the Galaxy S series.
This SoC is expected to power Galaxy S24 models that will be released next year. In the coming months, we should learn more about the Exynos 2400.