Samsung Exynos Modem 5300 promises 10Gbps download speeds and long-lasting battery
The latest 5G modem from Samsung Semiconductor is here with the newly announced Exynos Modem 5300. The Sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G-capable modem brings up to 10Gbps download and 3.87 Gbps upload speeds with support for both SA (standalone) and NSA (non-standalone) 5G networks.
Exynos 5300 is fabbed on Samsung Foundry’s 4nm EUV process, which should bring improved power efficiency and in turn longer battery life. The new modem is configurable to connect to various chipsets thanks to its built-in PCIe interface and supports the very latest 3GPP 5G NR Release 16 standard.
There’s no official confirmation on which chipset will incorporate the new Exynos 5300 modem, but some rumors suggest it may debut on Google’s Tensor 3 chipset with the Pixel 8 series.
- some idiot
- 03 Apr 2023
Yeah I was wrong, it actually might be Exynos 5300, but I'm not sure yet, sorry.
- 30 Mar 2023
"That's for sure! I went from S21 FE to S23 and was thrilled to get back to Qualcomm. There's a reason why Samsung decided to give Exynos a rest this year. I'm sure they'll regroup and make a better chip, but the current line...
- 30 Mar 2023
"That's why Samsung pulled Exynos out of the S23 series this year isn't? It's just so amazing they had to save it for themselves so nobody could buy it! Seriously though, Exynos wasn't doing to hot the last couple iterations ...