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Samsung Galaxy S24 Could Get a Performance Boost With Exynos 2400

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The Galaxy S24 series, including the trio of Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra, is expected to hit the market in the first quarter of 2024, and we are learning about new features that will be offered in the queue on a daily basis. And the Twitter tipster Ice Universe plays a major role in this; earlier he revealed that the Wide Quad High Definition, or WQHD+, display on the Galaxy S24 Plus model will have a resolution of 3120 x 1440. From the start, there has been debate regarding the double chipset powering the series and the regions that will receive the particular SoC.

Recently, the same insider disclosed that the Exynos 2400 CPUs’ clock speeds The quad-cluster CPU configuration, with a maximum speed of 3.16 GHz, is what they claim the chipset will have. It comes with a single, fastest-performing ARM v9.2 Cortex-X4 prime CPU core. The two Cortex-A720 mid-cores, three additional Cortex-A720 cores, and four Cortex-A520 efficiency cores have been clocked by Samsung at 2.9 GHz, 2.6 GHz, 1.95 GHz, and 1.95 GHz, respectively.

Also, we need to note that the next Exynos 2400 may be constructed with Samsung’s 4nm manufacturing process architecture, according to the Chinese news blog AnTuTu. Furthermore, Ice Universe teased that the Galaxy S24, S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra would have a maximum brightness of 2,500 nits. Another tipster, Revegnus, also spoke out in regards to the information regarding the CPU of the next Galaxy S24, stating that the Ultra model would include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip.

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There are still some questions regarding the Plus variant, considering that some rumors point to the Exynos 2400 while others claim the Qualcomm processor. In the European regions, the Exynos 2400 is anticipated to be the manufacturer holding up the Snapdragon-powered trios. This is a new chipset, which further adds excitement. An Ice Universe tipster stated some facts regarding the new processor, which is a 10-core CPU with the single Cortex-X4 core operating at 3.1 GHz and two and three Cortex-A720 cores operating at 2.9 and 2.6 GHz. The quadra Cortex-A520 cores were clocked at a speed of 1.8 GHz.


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US Galaxy Z Fold 6 Leaks on Geekbench, Hints at Snapdragon 8 Gen 3

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Samsung appears close to introducing its sixth-generation foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6, in July at the Galaxy Unpacked Event. Now the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is spotted on the Geekbench database. Let’s take a closer look at the detailed information. 

Although the Galaxy Z Flip 6 is already spotted on the Geekbench database, Now, luckily, in development, its sibling’s forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 smartphone appeared on the Geekbench 6.3.0 benchmark database with the model number SM-F956U. 

The last letter ‘U’ in the model number points to the fact that this mode refers to a variant for the US market. It scored 1,964 points in the single-core round of the test and 6,619 points in the multi-core round. The listing reveals the existence of an octa-core processor with the codename pineapple, a 1+3+2+2 core configuration, and an Adreno 750 GPU. Apart from these, one chief core is clocked at 3.40 GHz, and the remaining three performance cores are at 3.15 GHz. 

This points out that Samsung could power the forthcoming Galaxy foldable with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3processor. The Geekbench database suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will arrive with 12GB of RAM and Android 14. However, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 already appeared on the 3C certification website, which suggested support for 25W fast charging, and now it is expected that this device will also visit other certification websites soon. 

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Unlocked Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 getting May 2024 Security update in the US

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Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 devices are counted as the top smartphones that grabbed the One UI 6.1 update in the first phase. Then,  the company introduced more software updates in the form of the April 2024 security patch and is continuing it now that these devices are getting the latest May 2024 security patch as well.

The unlocked Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 are getting a May 2024 security patch

The unlocked variants of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 are getting a May 2024 security patch update with the firmware version numbers F946U1UES3CXE3 and F731U1UES3CXE3, respectively. The latest software update for both of the devices comes under 500 MB. With the latest update, the company has only focused on providing some security enhancements.

For your information, the May 2024 security patch has brought some new changes under the system software, where it has grabbed more than 50 fixes. Google has introduced 31 patches to enhance the overall performance of the devices, while Samsung has also added 25 fixes that will improve the functionalities regarding the Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the latest update for the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 may also bring some new features that may enhance the overall performance and stability of the devices. So if you are having any issues while using the devices related to One UI 6.1, then the update may help you get rid of the issues.

If you are using the Galaxy Z Fold 5 or Galaxy Z Flip 5 in the US, then you should start getting a new update notification, and by tapping on that, you can easily update your device. Alternatively, you can do it manually as well by going to the software update menu in the system settings.

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Samsung Prioritizes Faster Charging in 2024 Smartphones

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The first quarter of 2024 is already over; during this interval, Samsung has introduced several Galaxy smartphones of particular belonging, such as the flagship Galaxy S24 series, the Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35, the mid-range ones, the Galaxy A15 and Galaxy F15, the budgetable ones, and many more. But the fact is, after being the latest smartphones, they have a lack of ‘charging speed.’ 

Undoubtedly, Samsung is leading the tech industry with its top-notch features, design, and larger batteries, as compared to other Android manufacturers, but despite all this, it has a massive lack of charging speed. Samsung usually attaches larger batteries to its Galaxy smartphones to enhance the users’ non-stop-using experience. But a larger battery isn’t worth it unless it has a good charging speed. 

On the other hand, Chinese manufacturers are equipping their smartphones with charging speeds north of 100W, whereas 45W is the maximum speed you can get on Galaxy smartphones. However, even 45W charging is quite rare among Galaxy phones. Samsung has launched most of the Galaxy devices in the last couple of years, including the flagship with support for 25W. 

Here we are making things easy for you if you are looking to buy a Galaxy smartphone that debuted in 2024 with the support of 45W charging speed by mentioning a list of devices: 


The list is quite short, even considering that the Galaxy F55, M55, and C55 are just rebranded variants of the same smartphone for different regions. Now Samsung is setting up to launch its next-generation foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6, in July, but it is yet to be confirmed whether these devices will get a boost in charging speeds from 25W or not. 

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