New leaks and rumors about the next generation of Samsung flagships keep coming. According to the latest information, the Galaxy S24 will be more gaming beasts than we have seen so far.
The leaks of the next Samsung flagships keep coming. We have previously seen data on the Samsung Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Especially in the latest case, Samsung is gearing up to make some aesthetic changes that will change the design of its top phone, or so the leaks we’ve seen say.
But those aren’t the only changes to Korean’s top range. If the Galaxy S23 family in general (and especially the Galaxy S23 Ultra with its brilliance) is already one of the best gaming smartphones at the moment, According to SAMMobile The next generation It will be even bigger than the current beast.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra comes with vitaminized Snapdragon
Qualcomm and Samsung are supposed to have a stable relationship, but according to the media it looks like it Only Galaxy S24 Ultra will have Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy. It will be exclusive to them, and after putting their GPU through GeekBench and scoring 15,000 points (60% higher than the highest GPU ever), it has been proven. On a graphic level it can be a force.
GeekBench may not be the most reliable test, but it shows that There is a huge difference between the present generation and the future generation.. This will make the Koreans’ next top-of-the-range model a brown beast for gaming, far more than any device specializing in gaming at the moment.
From what is known so far, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is a 8-core chip made with 4nm lithography By TSMC. It will have one Cortex-X4 core, five Cortex-A720 and two Cortex A-520. It will be accompanied by Adreno 750 GPU. All these are invited to deliver 50% more efficiency As for the current generation of Qualcomm processors.
Now: Does this mean the base Galaxy S23? They come with an Exynos 2400? It’s true that it remains to be seen how this chip performs compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, but it’s also true that the Koreans haven’t been able to offer their own processor yet. Performance and energy efficiency (especially the latter) on par with Qualcomm.