The “Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy” has been the subject of several leaks, but we know much more now. On the one hand, this has an impact on the features that set the Galaxy model apart from the standard variant, which is running in, for instance, Xiaomi 13 devices. More details are now available.
Years of criticism have been on Samsung for its own Exynos chipsets. The production procedure used by Samsung is not efficient. As a result, the so-called Eynos SoC was eventually unable to match the recent competition’s effectiveness and performance. Google phones recently showed this as well.
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Even though the Pixel smartphones don’t have an Exynos processor, Samsung nonetheless designed the framework on which they run. Tensor G1 and Tensor G2 have enhancements and extra chips incorporated in by Google. However, it is clear that the Pixel series continues to perform somewhat less efficiently. Particularly when compared to other top devices.
Therefore, there was concern that Samsung would start making the Qualcomm chipset it is now using. However, as is now known, it is not the case. Qualcomm acknowledged that TSMC was responsible for creating the chipset used in the Samsung Galaxy S23.
According to rumors, Samsung is internally reorganizing in preparation for a potential switch to Exynos. The collaboration with Qualcomm is ongoing in the interim. However, it appears that the relevant divisions are not inactive. Since Samsung is thought to be the Tensor G3 producer (from Pixel 8).
Google and Samsung have succeeded in providing a functional processor. That meets the requirements of Pixel phones with the Tensor G2. Google doesn’t appear to desire to dominate in games and benchmarks. The latest Pixel 7 series’ battery life is likewise strong, however it falls short of comparable flagships. So, we hope that Google will improve it this time.
I had to abandon Pixel at Pixel 6 cause the Tensor couldn’t handle the eat of outdoor gaming (gps gaming) or outdoor video calls… I’m so sad to hear they won’t be returning to usable chips anytime soon, I miss so many things about the Pixel.