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Exynos 2400 has everything to erase the bad image of the past!



If you are like me, when you read “Exynos“, a part of your soul must tremble with fear, or with pure PTSD, such was the poor performance of this range of processors in Samsung’s latest flagships before the launch of the 2023 Galaxy S23.

In fact, Samsung itself admitted that things were not going well when it decided to equip all Galaxy S23s with Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, instead of its own Exynos.

But, now that the return is 99% confirmed, it makes perfect sense to start understanding why! It’s the price? Is it Samsung’s stubbornness? Has the relationship between Samsung and TSMC gone sour?

Well, there are many reasons for these processors to return in 2024, interestingly with the same exact name as in the past. But the biggest reason is that Samsung is certain that it will be able to clean up the bad image that the Exynos name has gained in recent years, and we already know why.

Exynos 2400 has everything to erase the bad image of the past!

exynos, Samsung Exynos 981

Therefore, although we already know a lot about the new Galaxy S24 range of smartphones, the reality is that we still don’t have many details about the level of performance and quality of day-to-day use that the Exynos 2400 could offer.

In reality, we only know that the GPU in Samsung’s new SoC is incredible, obviously still based on an AMD graphics architecture, and apparently it should even be faster than the GPU in Apple’s A17 Pro (iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max ).

Furthermore, Samsung is expected to focus hard and hard on energy efficiency and heat dissipation. Excellent news, because the problem with the Exynos 990 and Exynos 2200 was never their performance potential! But rather the fact that they offer an inconsistent level of performance due to excessive overheating.

The S24 Ultra is expected to come equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen3. This is while the remaining versions (S24 and S24+) appear with an Exynos 2400.

A strange strategy! Which obviously sends the message that Samsung’s processor is still a little behind the competition… But, is this really important if the user experience is incredible?

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