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Samsung will use Exynos 2400 on the S24 series for some specific regions

Samsung is back with their dual processor strategy for the Galaxy S24 series as they are preparing to debut their Exynos 2400 processor on the S24 series. They skipped Exynos for the S23 series because of consumer backlash. But they are quietly making improvements to the Exynos 2400. Will it be successful this time?

The Samsung Galaxy S series typically shipped with two different chipsets. The version powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon is provided to the US and certain other markets, whereas the Samsung Exynos processor model is for the rest of the world. They didn’t use the Exynos chipset on the S23 series because it had inferior performance compared to the Qualcomm variant. And consumers were furious about it as they paid the same price as the Qualcomm variant for the Exynos variant.

Exynos 2400 manufacturing process nods

But that might change with the Exynos 2400 because the specifications of the chipset looks promising. The Exynos 2400 will have a 1+2+3+4 deca-core design. It will feature a powerful ARMv9 Cortex-X4 core clocked at 3.1GHz, two 2.9GHz Cortex-A720 cores, three 2.6GHz Cortex-A720 cores, and four energy-efficient 1.8GHz Cortex-A520 cores. This configuration will ensure perfect balance between performance and efficiency.

The Exynos 2400 will have Xclipse 940 GPU which uses AMD’s advance RDNA 2 microarchitecture. We should expect impressive visuals in games as well as enhanced Ai capabilities with this GPU.

With the inclusion of Exynos 5300 5G modem you would get state of the art connectivity with upto 10Gbps download and 3.87Gbps upload speed. It also has satellite communication capabilities. Some other notable features includes support for 320MP camera sensor and 8k 60 fps video capture.

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KM Asif, a founding member of AndroidStory, is passionate about technology, specially smartphones. Spend most of the time of his days digging the smartphone industry.

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