According to the most recent data from AnTuTu’s Chinese website, Samsung is planning to reintroduce Exynos chipsets for select models in its Galaxy S24 lineup next year.
It is expected that the Galaxy S24 series will be available in Europe, Africa, and select parts of Asia, featuring an Exynos 2400 System-on-Chip (SoC) built on Samsung’s upgraded 4nm production process.
Samsung New Chipset CPU Specifications
The report also includes detailed specifications for the chipset. According to reports, the chipset will include a 10-core CPU in a 1+2+3+4 arrangement.
The primary Cortex-X4 core is said to run at 3.1 GHz, while the dual-cluster design includes Cortex-A720 cores running at 2.9 GHz.
In addition, three Cortex-A720 cores will operate at 2.6 GHz, and four Cortex-A520 cores will operate at 1.8 GHz for less resource-intensive workloads. These cores are all based on the ARMv9 architecture.
In terms of the GPU, an improved Xclipse 940 GPU will take center stage. This improved GPU will feature AMD’s RDNA 2 technology and will have twice the amount of graphics compute units.
Given that the Xclipse 920 has three workgroup processors (WGPs) with two computing units each, the Xclipse 940 might have six WGPs, totaling 12 GPU cores.
The extent to which it will compete with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 or deliver a twofold performance gain over the Exynos 2200 is unknown.
Nonetheless, this innovation represents a significant step forward in resolving the past graphical limitations of Exynos CPUs.
Furthermore, the chip will support LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage.
The improved Image Signal Processor (ISP) will be able to manage camera sensors up to 320MP and support 8K video recording at a smooth 60fps.
Moreover, the innovative Exynos 5300 modem is also expected to be included as part of the bundle.
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