Exynos version of Galaxy S24 could come to these regions (Image credit- Sammobile)
Samsung may offer its next phones with at least two distinct chipsets as fans wait to see what the Galaxy S24 top series has in store.
According to recent rumors making the rounds, Samsung may equip certain of its Galaxy S24 models with both the Exynos 2400 SoC and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 engine.
According to the report, a Twitter source recently said that the Exynos 2400-powered Galaxy S24 handsets would be forthcoming for customers in Europe and Southeast Asia.
As Samsung enthusiasts in these regions excitedly anticipate receiving the new Exynos-powered smartphones, one concern that would inevitably arise is whether power users could obtain the Snapdragon-powered variations of the Galaxy S24+, according to reports.
Customers seeking the more expensive Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor would have to choose higher models, according to previous rumors, which claimed that only the Galaxy S24 will receive the Exynos 2400 in some non-American areas.
That speculation may have been premature after all, as the same insider suggested that the Exynos 2400 might be available in some regions for all Galaxy S24 varieties, including the Plus and Ultra models.
Customers in Europe, Southeast Asia, and other niche regions will therefore be able to purchase any model of the Exynos 2400-powered Galaxy S24 series. Naturally, nothing is certain until Samsung formally announces its plans.
One should treat this information with skepticism since there has been no official confirmation of the news. The Exynos chip will be available in the forthcoming Galaxy S24 model, which would be wonderful news for all Samsung devotees if the rumors are accurate.
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They can only hope that the Exynos 2400 SoC will be just as capable as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 without sacrificing performance. The most recent Galaxy series announcement was made by Hyeokman Kwon, vice president of Samsung LSI’s DS Division, according to a report.