Samsung Exynos 2500 Specs Leaked: Might Power the Galaxy S25

Samsung Exynos chipset

Samsung’s unannounced chipset, the Exynos 2500, seems to be debuting on the upcoming Galaxy smartphone. The recent Exynos 2400 CPU equipped in the Galaxy S24+ stunned everyone by reaching the performance of its leading rival, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. Some believed that this success would lead to a significant shift in the industry for the Exynos 2500, the next-generation processor that powers the Galaxy S25 series.

However, a new leak from OreXDA shared on X/Twitter presents a different image. The performance of the other cores appears to be declining, even though the Exynos 2500’s main core may be somewhat quicker than the 2400’s. This implies that Samsung may be prioritising battery life and efficiency above sheer power with the S25.

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Samsung Exynos 2500 Leaks

Samsung Exynos 2500
Exynos 2500 Leaks

The Exynos 2500 may have a top Cortex-X5 core operating at frequencies between 3.2 GHz and 3.3 GHz. Furthermore, three of its Cortex-A730 cores are probably going to run in the 2.5 GHz–2.3 GHz range. These are significantly slower than the Exynos 2400’s Cortex-A720 processors. Previous rumours claimed that it would have a special 1+3+2+4 CPU arrangement. This implies that, compared to the first three Cortex-A730 cores, the remaining two will operate at considerably slower rates. As of right now, the four Cortex-A530 cores’ respective performances are unknown.

Although this activity appears to be spontaneous, it may have been planned. In its Exynos 2500, the business is anticipated to employ the novel 3GAP method, which is anticipated to be more efficient than the 3nm FinFET technology employed by competitors. Even though the S25 doesn’t win many benchmarks, this could offer it longer battery life and cooler functioning. The final specifications might differ because these are still merely leaks. If verified, however, it implies Samsung is putting the needs of its customers ahead of its pursuit of the greatest official figures. This strategy, which focuses on what matters most to smartphone users, may be novel.

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