Samsung could launch Galaxy S24’s Exynos model in these regions

With the upcoming Galaxy S24 series, the Korean firm will bring back Exynos-based flagship variants. If you don’t know, due to the ruckus of Exynos 2200 featured Galaxy S22 devices, Samsung has abandoned using Exynos chips in its smartphone flagship devices. However, with the next flagship, Samsung is taking a really big step that may wipe out users’ grudge against the Exynos SoCs or may make the situation worse.

However, we are expecting good from the Korean firm, as this new processor is said to get some incredible improvements. Informatively, the upcoming Galaxy S24 series will feature Samsung’s Exynos 2400 chipset in it but only in some limited countries. If you are wondering in which and how many countries, let us tell you, Exynos-based Galaxy S24 variants will be launched in eleven Southeast Asia countries alongside Europe. 

These 11 countries alongside Europe will have an Exynos variant of Galaxy S24

These Southeast Asia countries to get Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy S24 device: Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Singapore, Brunei, Timor-Leste.

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Nota bene, besides European and Southeast Asian countries, in the rest of the countries, the Galaxy S24 series devices will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor in them. 

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Now let’s know a little about the Exynos 2400 SoC, which will be used in the next year’s Galaxy S24 series. It will be a deca-core processor developed with Samsung’s 4nm process technology. The chipset will feature Xclipse 940 GPU, based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture which will be will be boasted 6WGP, 12CUs, 768SP, 48TMUs, and 32ROPs. We are expecting that this chipset will wipe out the scars left by Exynos 2200 processor. 

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