Samsung tipped to launch new dedicated chip in February


Tech giant Samsung’s mobile division (MX) will reportedly introduce its first in-house mobile chipset during the launch of the Galaxy S23 series next month. This new chip could be Samsung’s holy grail as rumors suggest that the company may be done away with Exynos chips for good. A new leak has suggested that Samsung may reveal details about the company’s upcoming high-end processor in February.

According to tipster Ice Universe, Samsung MX CEO TM Roh may offer a teaser about the high-end processor at the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event. reports Sammobile. The new processor is expected to be developed for the Galaxy S25 series to be launched in early 2025. The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event is expected to take place on February 1, which is less than a month from now.

The new chip could also be made using the Samsung foundry’s second or third generation 3nm gate-all-around (GAA) manufacturing process. Furthermore, the tech giant has reportedly built a team of over a thousand engineers, including a veteran semiconductor specialist from Apple.

“If its first chip is successful, we could see Exynos chips disappear from Galaxy smartphones and tablets forever,” the report said. Last week, the tech giant’s Colombia website revealed that the Galaxy S23 series will launch on February 1 this year. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, this will be the first in-person Unpacked event.

As far as the team working on the Exynos chipset is concerned, rumors suggest the Systems LSI division – which employs the team – is tasked with making semiconductor chips for automobiles and assisting other brands in co-developing mobile chips. can be banned for But it also won’t mean the sudden disappearance of Exynos chips, as they can still be used in mid-range Galaxy smartphones.

– Written with inputs from IANS

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