Exynos 2400 chipset gets Samsung MX’s seal of approval

One after another, there is no stopping Exynos 2400 SoCs rumours from appearing on the internet. Besides the information regarding this chipset’s GPU, now another related leak joined this league. Because of the issues Exynos 2200 caused in the Galaxy S22 series, the company is working so decisively with the upcoming one to kill all the possibilities of any problem-generating nature of the chipset. Let’s know more about it.

Until now, we have received a lot of information regarding this processor, no matter whether they were about its specifications or its launch. However, none of them has been officially confirmed by the Korean firm so far. The main rumour that attracted everyone’s eyes toward this chipset is its integration into the future Galaxy S24 devices. Now, we finally got some reliable clues that confirm the SoC’s arrival with the next flagship. 

Recently, the Mobile eXperience division of Samsung greenlit the mass production of its indigenous chipset Exynos 2400. There is no need for the MX division to reveal this info and give its seal of approval if they aren’t planning to use it for its own benefit. As per the reports, their purpose is the Galaxy S24 series, as rebooting the Exynos-based flagship variants with this new chipset will be a win-win situation for the company. 

As it has been nearly confirmed, the Korean firm will use the Exynos 2400 processor in its smartphone flagship of the year 2024; it is also confirmed that the Exynos-based flagship variants are returning to the market. Now the only thing that is still in question is whether it will be able to wash off the strains left by the Exynos 2200-booted Galaxy S22 device or not. Well, only the future can answer this question. 

Let us inform you not all the Galaxy S24 variants will be using this new Exynos 2400 SoC, instead, the chipset will be limited to some region-specific variants only. The global Galaxy S24 variants will still go with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor (Snapdragon 8 Gen 3). Coming back to the aforementioned Exynos chipset, if you are willing to know more about it, you can find the information here in our previous related articles.

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