By ET Bureau - December 27, 2022 1 Mins Read
The annual release of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s flagship S series of mobile phones is anticipated to occur early in the new year, and various leaks have provided a preview of what to expect.
Only slight improvements are anticipated for the S23 range, which is scheduled to launch on February 1. Samsung is reportedly abandoning phone models with Exynos processors in favor of Snapdragon chips from Qualcomm Inc. Although Exynos chips were previously used in phones sold in other markets, such as Europe and Asia, Samsung has always offered the S range in the United States with Qualcomm processors.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip is anticipated to be used in every model. The Samsung-produced chip will have an overclocked, high-performance X-3 core operating at a clock speed of 3.32 gigahertz, according to a report published on Sunday by Phone Arena.
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