The Galaxy S22 FE is not even official but, however South Korean media are already reporting that Samsung would possibly abandon its Exynos processor for its high-end smartphones. Thus, the Galaxy S22 FE may very well be launched with a MediaTek SoC and this technique reversal might even lengthen to the subsequent Samsung Galaxy S23.
The Exynos 2200 is in hassle. Based on the South Korean web site Enterprise Korea, Samsung is planning to drop its in-house processors in favor of MediaTek chips in its subsequent high-end smartphones.
The Enterprise Korea article experiences that Samsung plans to make use of the MediaTek chip in half of the Galaxy S22 FE smartphones that will probably be offered in Asian markets. The remaining inventory will most likely use a Snapdragon chipset.
MediaTek chips even within the subsequent flagships of 2023?
In itself, the change from an Exynos SoC to MediaTek does not shock me that a lot on Samsung’s Galaxy FE vary. The South Korean media mentions in any case that there will probably be two variations, one MediaTek and one other, most likely with a Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm.
The Galaxy S21 FE launched final January already provided the Snapdragon 888 even in Europe. The identical goes for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G, which featured a Snapdragon 865 (solely on this 5G model).
However what’s fascinating is that the article talked about above claims that Samsung would possibly proceed this technique and lengthen it to its flagship lineup, the upcoming Galaxy S23. This might be the primary time that Samsung will combine a MediaTek chip into one among its high-end smartphones. Generally, Samsung reserves the Taiwanese producer’s SoC for its mid-range and even entry-level Galaxy A fashions.
Samsung has had some issues with its Exynos 2200. The producer needed to admit that it was hampering some functions and video games, and I personally seen critical efficiency points in my assessment of the Galaxy S22 Extremely. However the producer has additionally labored onerous to repair its issues, rolling out an replace attempting to repair the GOS (Sport Optimization System) in mid-March.
I mentioned this with a member of the German NextPit neighborhood and after re-running benchmarks, I might see clear enhancements. In any case, the talk in opposition to or for Exynos is a practice amongst Samsung customers and their detractors.
Do you suppose the change to MediaTek may very well be helpful for Samsung and its customers? Which might you like: a Galaxy S22 FE with a MediaTek or Snapdragon SOC?