Leak suggests that an Exynos 2300 chipset could still be in the works


Earlier this week, there was a report claiming that Samsung could stop making Exynos chipsets for the next few years. But it seems the rumour doesn't hold water, as reliable sources are suggesting otherwise. Allegedly, the Exynos 2300 could still be right on track.

According to Roland Quandt, Samsung's next chipset (Samsung S5E9935) bears the codename 'Quadra'. It's believed that this is the Exynos 2300, a chipset that will be paired with next year's Samsung flagship devices. Of course, among them would be the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. This is expected to be a 3nm chipset designed with a new AMD RDNA2-based Xclipse GPU, as well as next-gen ARM CPU cores.

Regarding the possible suspension of Exynos chipsets, the source suggested that Samsung could have changed tracks in recent weeks. In regards to that, a Samsung representative allegedly announced that no decision has been made yet. As such, the Exynos 2300 could still be in development.

Could the Exynos 2300 revive Samsung's semiconductor business? That remains to be seen, but we'll certainly be keeping an eye out for updates. In the meantime, stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.