Samsung’s semiconductor business has gone through thousands of rumors so far. Still, it manages to climb the ladders. To stop further hearsay, Samsung has put an end to all the interpretations, and the restitution is as yet entirely determined. The South Korean firm Samsung denied speculation that it will stay away from the semiconductor industry with its Exynos chip, and also some rumors claim that the company will skip Exynos chips in flagship phones in 2023 or 2024.
What is more surprising thing is that even though Samsung is not apprised with users or tech enthusiasts, somehow it got the answer to deliver to the public as it was an entirely pivotal note to sketch down. Samsung reportedly addresses this stamen as “completely false.” The information comes from South Korea’s Mainichi Economic Daily. Samsung would not get its focus from the semiconductor business, although the company has to mark up the areas that it wasn’t in the past. Samsung Exynos processor is not puissant bet not up to snuff.
“Currently, we are restructuring our system-on-chip (SoC) business model and are working on a plan to strengthen our mid- to long-term competitiveness,” Samsung explained
Samsung further added, “In particular, we are focusing on strengthening the competitiveness of next-generation mobile Exynos and working to maximize market share for key customers by strengthening cooperation with leading IP companies and starting early development.”
Recently it had been reported that the tech giant Is watchfully working on an ambitious custom SoC for its Galaxy flagship phones, which is expected to arrive in 2025. It is worth to mention tech analyst Ming-Chi suggested that the Galaxy S23 will not use Samsung’s 4nm Exynos 2300 chip because it cannot compete with the SM8550. The SM8550 is meant for TSMC’s aspects, in front of computing power and power efficiency Clear advantage over SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SM8475 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Qualcomm SM8550 will attract more market share in the high-end Android market in 2023.