Exynos chipsets will cost more Galaxy A than many Galaxy phones in the future. Samsung has the courage to step in to improve the quality of the chips.

Although Samsung is a world-class mobile chipmaker, it is undeniable that the Exynos chip sometimes faces performance issues, especially when compared to Snapdragon chips. Basically, 5G communication and heat generation are mentioned as issues. This is probably also the reason why users live in areas where the Exynos chip Galaxy phone is complained (Qualcomm chip was limited to US and China). Incidentally, not only Galaxy and Galaxy phones will be used by Exynos, they will also be used by Chinese smartphone manufacturers.

Nevertheless, it may be embarrassing for Samsung to criticize its own chip, which may be quieter since next year as the latest news that the South Korean manufacturer has been working day and night with the performance of its chipset Snap Dragon chips. To match Samsung is very optimistic as it is already producing production lines, packaging and testing partners to set up chips to facilitate production.

It is planned that the installation of the Wii Xen Exynos chipsets in mid-to-smart smartphones, mainly due to the shortage of semiconductor supply. According to some estimates, the Galaxy product line may include up to 60% of phones equipped with Aquinos chips, so only 40% of them will depend on the chips supplied by Qualcomm. The long-term impact of this will certainly depend on the actual performance of the next performance.

Overall, Samsung is praising passionate plans: it will send 320 million smartphones next year, an increase of 50 to 60 million this year.

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