{Disarmed} From 2022, more Samsung phones will be equipped with Exynos chipsets

Samsung Exynos 2100

Depending on where you live, a Samsung phone is powered by either a Qualcomm chipset or Samsung's own Exynos chipset. But things could be a little different in 2022.

This emerges from a new report from ETNews that claims Samsung plans to have more Exynos chipsets in its phones in 2022. Currently, an estimated 20 percent of the company's mobile products use Exynos as the chipset of choice, but the report claims Samsung could more than double that percentage, increasing it to 50-60 percent in 2022.

What's interesting is that Samsung has actually doubled those numbers since 2020. Last year, an estimated 10 percent of the company's cell phones were equipped with the Exynos.

However, this is not necessarily good news for everyone. Samsung's Exynos chipsets have drawn criticism in the past for appearing to be behind Qualcomm. Customers who paid the same price for a flagship phone as someone else in a different region ended up with a slightly less powerful chipset.

Samsung is trying to boost the performance of its Exynos chipset by partnering with AMD on the graphics processor. This is expected to debut in the Exynos 2200 in 2022.


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