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Rumor Mill: Samsung Galaxy S25 Series May Exclusively Feature Exynos SoCs

Rumor Mill: Samsung Galaxy S25 Series May Exclusively Feature Exynos SoCs

by Aiman MaulanaMarch 8, 2024
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A recent leak from an insider on X (formerly Twitter) has sparked discussions about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S25 lineup. According to this source, Samsung is purportedly planning to equip the entire Galaxy S25 series with its Exynos SoCs, presumably the unannounced Exynos 2500.

Samsung Galaxy S25 Series to Exclusively Use Exynos?

If the rumor holds true, this means all models of the Galaxy S25, across various countries, will feature Samsung’s Exynos processors. However, it’s essential to approach this information with caution, as it hasn’t been corroborated by additional sources at this point.

In contrast, the leak suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold7 and Galaxy Z Flip7 will exclusively incorporate Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets, specifically the 8 Gen 4. On the other end of the spectrum, the entry-level and mid-range Galaxy A series in 2025 is expected to offer a mix of SoCs from MediaTek and Samsung.

Given the early stage of these devices’ development, it’s advisable to take this information with a grain of salt. Confirmations from additional sources are yet to emerge, making it a speculative scenario at this point.

Rumor Mill: Samsung Galaxy S25 Series May Exclusively Feature Exynos SoCs

Even if the rumored scenario materializes, the actual capabilities of the Exynos 2500 remain unknown. There is a possibility that it could surpass the Snapdragon 8 series, although concrete details are lacking. The mobile industry has witnessed unexpected developments in the past, so ruling out such advancements entirely might be premature.

The leak raises questions about the strategy behind favoring Exynos for the Galaxy S25 lineup and Qualcomm Snapdragon for the foldable devices. Without a clearer understanding of the Exynos 2500’s capabilities, it remains to be seen how this choice aligns with Samsung’s overall approach. Similar uncertainties surrounded the Exynos-Snapdragon split in the Galaxy S24 family, emphasizing the dynamic nature of the mobile market.

As we await official announcements and more comprehensive details, enthusiasts and tech observers are advised to stay tuned for further developments and possible confirmations or refutations of these intriguing speculations.


Pokdepinion: Given how well the Exynos 2400 performed, I’m personally fine with this. It’s interesting since I felt completely different last time but how times have changed. Let’s hope Samsung continues the momentum with upcoming chips.

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Aiman Maulana
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