Samsung aims big! Next-gen Exynos 2500 rumored to outperform Snapdragon 8 Gen4.

Samsung Aims Big: Next-Gen Exynos 2500 Rumored to Outperform Snapdragon 8 Gen4

On April 21, according to reports from overseas media, Samsung is set to take a big step with its next-generation mobile processor, Exynos 2500, surpassing Qualcomm’s flagship processor, Snapdragon 8 Gen4.

According to insiders, the Exynos 2500 is said to excel in both energy efficiency and raw performance compared to its competitor, Snapdragon 8 Gen4.

Samsung’s Exynos 2400 released this year has already been able to keep up with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen3.

For the Exynos 2500, Samsung will employ 3nm technology, while Snapdragon 8 Gen4 is expected to continue using 4nm process technology, giving Samsung’s new chipset a certain advantage.

It is understood that the Exynos 2500 will have two flagship chip variants, one is the Exynos 2500-A designed for smartphones, equipped with an octa-core CPU.

The other variant is the Exynos 2500-B designed for tablets and Galaxy Book laptops, featuring a more powerful deca-core CPU.

Moreover, there are rumors that Samsung may abandon using its in-house NPU in its new chips, and instead opt for Google’s Tensor Processing Units. However, this information has not yet been officially confirmed.


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