Samsung has launched its flagship smartphones with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and its in-house Exynos chips until now, but a new media report claims the Korean smartphone giant has some plans of using MediaTek’s chipsets on the table for its upcoming flagships. This could mean the Galaxy S23 may arrive with a MediaTek SoC under the hood.
However, the source claims that not all the Galaxy S23 models will run the MediaTek chipset. Samsung might only use those chipsets for the Asian models. The report further suggests that about half of the Galaxy S22 FE handsets will also be powered by the SoCs from the Taiwanese company.
It’s still a mystery as to which MediaTek chips Samsung will use for these smartphones, but it’s worth noting that Samsung has previously used MediaTek chipsets for its lower-end smartphones.
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