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South Korean tech-giant, Samsung recently confirmed that its Galaxy Note lineup will exist as Ultra under the company's Galaxy S series.
In other words, the company wants to make the S-series bigger than ever not only in terms of the number of phones in it but also from the specifications and marketing viewpoint.
A report has now suggested that Samsung may ditch its in-house Exynos processors entirely in favour of just Qualcomm’s Snapdragon on the Galaxy S23.
Traditionally, Samsung has been using both Exynos and Qualcomm processors inside its flagship Galaxy S series phones.
While the Qualcomm processor-powered variants were limited to markets such as the US and China, the rest of the world could buy the Exynos-powered Galaxy S phones.
Many people did not like the fact that they were not given a choice.
Then, earlier this year, Samsung, for the first time, launched only the Qualcomm chipset-powered Galaxy S22 series in India, while Exynos-driven units arrived in limited markets.
Next year, Samsung might just do away with the hassle of using both chipsets for different markets, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
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