XDA previously reported that Samsung’s Galaxy S22 FE, due to be released this year, will offer snapdragon and Mediatek Dimensity versions to make its phones more competitive in the market.
However, Yogesh Brar, a well-known source, made it clear that Samsung will still use its Own Exynos or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset for high-end devices.
Recently, @chunvn8888 posted that although Dimensity 9000 is better than the Exynos 2200, Samsung will not use it in Galaxy S22 FE at present.
Later, Yogesh Brar replied in his post that Samsung would not use Mediatek chipsets in the future either. That means the Galaxy S23 will still be powered by Exynos and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset.
Samsung has typically adopted a dual-chip strategy for its high-end flagship products, typically using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors in Asia and its own Exynos chips in Europe.
However, Exynos chips are not performing well in Galaxy S22 series recently. Some netizens have reported that Exynos 2200 version Galaxy S22 series has some bugs such as lag and GPS malfunction, while Snapdragon 8 version Galaxy S22 series does not have these problems. This is an important reason for Samsung to abandon Exynos chips.
Samsung has not disclosed relevant information yet. We won’t see Samsung’s final choice until the new phone is released.