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Snapdragon days are over! Samsung's new processor will change the world of smartphones

Samsung uses Qualcomm brand chipsets in its smartphones as well as its self-made Exynos processors. Speculations in the tech world about the South Korean tech giant's next flagship chipset, the Samsung Exynos 2500, have been buzzing for quite some time now. A new report has revealed that the processor will even surpass Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 flagship processor in terms of power efficiency. Let's get into this in detail.

Samsung Exynos 2500 can also compete with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 4

Earlier this month, Samsung and Synopsys announced in a joint press release that they had successfully begun mass production of their prototype 3-nanometer process design. There are obvious speculations that Samsung will use this 3nm design for their upcoming Exynos 2500 chip. And now a report from Business Korea has made the same claim, revealing that next year's Samsung Galaxy S25 series of smartphones will feature this chip. Notably, the report claims that the Samsung Exynos 2500 chip will offer better power efficiency than Qualcomm's next flagship Samsung Galaxy 8 Gen 4 processor.

Note that Qualcomm chips have always excelled in terms of performance, while Exynos processors mainly focus on power efficiency. The same trend will continue with the upcoming Samsung chipsets if recent reports are to be believed. However, no numbers or benchmarks have been released yet to support this claim, and very little information is currently available about the core configuration of the Exynos 2500 processor. This will be important to determine the performance and efficiency of the chip

But one sure feature of Samsung Exynos 2500 chipset is that it will have ARM Cortex-X5 core. And the ARM Cortex-X5 is expected to be the most powerful smartphone CPU, outperforming the potential Oryon CPU core in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chip. But keep in mind that this information comes from unofficial sources. So we have to wait for confirmation from the company to know how accurate they are.



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