Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra could stick with a Snapdragon SoC globally

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  • A leak claims that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will get a Snapdragon chipset globally
  • This comes after a leak about standard Galaxy S24 will come equipped with Exynos chipset globally
  • Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to be announced by Early 2024

Samsung is preparing for the debut of its Galaxy S24 lineup in the early months of 2024, and leaks have already started to surface. It has been more or less confirmed by now that Samsung is reverting to using its Exynos chipsets, with indications that some models within the Galaxy S24 series might be powered by the Exynos 2400 SoC.

Adding to the chipset-related revelations, an additional leak has emerged. Now tipster Revegnus has asserted that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will be powered by a Snapdragon processor, regardless of the specific region.

Snapdragon for all regions

This leak follows reports of certain Galaxy S24 series devices making appearances on Geekbench, showcasing both Samsung’s in-house Exynos 2400 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. Meanwhile, more recent leaks have suggested that the standard Galaxy S24 variant will exclusively feature Exynos chipset across all regions. Contrarily, the Plus and Ultra models will adopt Snapdragon chips, irrespective of their targeted markets.

The news of the Snapdragon processor in the Galaxy S24 Ultra across all regions is a positive development. Qualcomm’s chipsets have consistently superior performance compared to Samsung’s Exynos counterparts, a trend which is further corroborated by leaked benchmark scores.

Considering that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will be Samsung’s pinnacle flagship smartphone, the decision to opt for a more capable processor is logical with the brand’s goal of delivering the best possible experience.

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