Samsung Exynos 2400 SoC to feature 10 CPU cores and could power Galaxy S24 Series

Samsung is facing a tough phase regarding the inconsistent performance of the Exynos chipset, and its rivalries like Qualcomm and MediaTek were kicking Samsung’s Exynos chipsets just like that. It seems that South Korean Tech has been severely affected by the issues posed by Exynos, and it plans to come back with a powerful version of the chipset. With a deca-core setup, the forthcoming Exynos 2400 is now aiming to be the next big thing in the semiconductor industry.

The most recent information on the Exynos 2400 SoC has been revealed by a tipster today. The tipster, RGcloudS(@RGcloudS), has shared that Samsung still needs to fully complete their discussion regarding the configuration and packaging process of the chipset. But it is confirmed that the chipset will break, overcome all the performance defects noticed on its predecessor and bring noticeable enhancements. It is expected that it will compete with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC in the upcoming Galaxy S24 series.

A 10-core CPU configuration or a Deca core processor will accompany the Exynos 2400. He also added that all the 10 cores would not be active at once; each job would have its own optimised core count. Further, the Fo-WLP, or fan-out wafer-level packaging technology, was proposed for the Exynos 2400 as information from earlier rumours, but as of now, a downgrade to the I-Cube procedure is possible. The Exynos 2400 scored close to Apple’s M2 processor in a prior benchmark test, which is an impressive result.

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The Exynos 2400 must, at the absolute least, keep up with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, MediaTek Dimensity 9400, and A17 Bionic if Samsung is to demonstrate to the world that it has developed a new, more powerful Exynos chip with excellent energy efficiency.

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