There is a complete mess about Exynos and S24
There may or may not be an Exynos 2400 in Europe. Are you already having issues with your GPU?
Samsung has the right to pack whatever hardware it wants into its devices, and had no problem passing the Galaxy S-series in Europe with a home-grown Exynos chip, while the equivalent Snapdragon performed distinctly better, ran cooler, and had broader support. For developers and gamers. However, with the Exynos 2200 Galaxy S22 family, the glass was full for many, and it actually took several months to get the performance right, we also think it was good for the Galaxy S23 that it works with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for the Galaxy chip everywhere in the world . This is underlined by improvements in performance scores, surface smoothness, gaming experience, heat control, and uptime.
Exynos2400 Frequency 100% Confirmed
3.16GHz, 2.9GHz, 2.6GHz, 1.95GHz
Ice World (@UniverseIce) August 29, 2023
Fortunately, there is no concrete and irrefutable official information about the arrival and knowledge of the Exynos 2400, only the chirping of birds and inconsistencies, so it’s not worth making a hasty judgment, but then three new additions will be coming from the rumor basket soon! A is often reliable icy universe According to him, there is no appeal: it has been decided that Europe will receive the exynos Galaxy S24 with a ten-core CPU (1 x 3.16 GHz Cortex-X4 + 2 x 2.9 GHz Cortex-A720 + 3 x 2.6 GHz Cortex). -) A720 + 4 x 1.95GHz Cortex-A520). the SamMobileAnd the biggest portal for Samsung fans has heard that there are indeed problems with the Xclipse 940 GPU, which is the second jointly developed AMD-Samsung graphics accelerator on the RDNA architecture.
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Allegedly, despite the manufacturer’s best efforts, the performance is not up to the level of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 GPU, and the problems are not caused by the efficiency of Samsung’s production line against TSMC, but by the GPU’s hardware design. If no progress is made, the Exynos 2400’s graphical performance may be stuck at the current Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 level, so anyone buying an expensive Galaxy phone outside of Europe might be better off. But SamMobile also warns: we should only believe such rumors with caution!
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But no spy thriller is without the twists and secret sources of the Ice Universe Setsuna Digital His informants answer: According to them, all Galaxy S24 Ultras come with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipsets, including European models, which makes sense, after all, elite-priced foldables also stick to Qualcomm chipsets worldwide. But it’s hard to find fault with the reasoning that it would only be the cleanest in terms of optimization and support if all Galaxy S24 devices came with the same hardware. We’re interested in what our readers think: do hardware really matter, or do portals do too much? And if you could choose, which chip would you like to see in the Galaxy S24?