3nm Exynos 2500 tipped to be more efficient than Snapdragon 8 Gen 4

Yordan, 19 April 2024

Samsung has been struggling with power efficiency and performance in its last few Exynos platforms, but it took a large step forward with this year's SoCs. And if a new rumor is to be believed it may overtake Qualcomm's top product in 2025.

The Exynos 2500 will be better than its competitor Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 both in power efficiency and raw performance, according to a post by PandaFlashPro on X (formerly Twitter),

Exynos 2400 confirmed to have 10-core CPU, 3.2 GHz max frequency

This year's Exynos 2400 can keep up with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, but apparently Samsung has found more room for improvement than its American rival. The Exynos 2500 would be built on a 3 nm process technology, while the fourth-gen Snapdragon 8 will stick to 4 nm, thus giving the edge to the Korean maker.

Previous reports suggested that Samsung is preparing two flagship chipset variants: Exynos 2500-A with an octa-core CPU for smartphones and Exynos 2500-B with a 10-core CPU for tablets and Galaxy Book laptops.

We also heard Samsung might use Google's Tensor Processing Unit instead of its own NPU, but it is way too early to confirm any of these rumors.

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  • Anonymous
  • 07 May 2024
  • sgj

Should be another competitor in os too but which one ? Linux not make sense, android is mostly Linux already. And how Linux is really 'free' and 'open' and the people from Linux foundation minus and all get paid from Google & ...

  • Anonymous
  • 07 May 2024
  • sgj

Could be the real coming back this time. Good for competion, and not only ARMs. Samsung is known to have not been doing so bad on their 3nm Let's see in real, so many Exynos fakepromises last years.

Sounds like Samsung is getting back into the fight, it's just too bad they've lost a lot of their potential. I actually liked their ambition, and pushing for their custom architecture. They should have kept their in-house department an...

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