Samsung is getting set to unveil the Galaxy S23 series of flagship smartphones. However, it seems the new high end phones won’t be the only thing that the company revealing during the launch event.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra renders

According to a new report, the South Korean tech giant is apparently planning on releasing a new chipset that is dedicated for its Galaxy series of smartphones. A recent leak from known tipster Ice Universe had recently revealed the February 1 launch date for the Galaxy S23 series.

And now, a fresh tweet from the same tipster revealed that the president of Samsung’s mobile experience business, TM Roh, will be unveiling a “Galaxy dedicated chip” at the upcoming the event.

This is not entirely new information considering that TM Roh had previously hinted at Samsung working on an exclusive chipset for Galaxy phones back in April of last year. The senior official had talked about such a chip in comparison to the Google Tensor chips for the Pixel series of smartphones.

Currently, Exynos series of chips are the company’s proprietary SoCs and are even featured in certain other brands as well. However, the Exynos models are only available in select regions and models.

But as per sources close to the matter, the company is reportedly working on utilizing second or third generation of 3nm GAA manufacturing technology used by Samsung Foundry. In other words, this means that the brand is planning on unveiling a new advanced high end chipset for mobile devices soon. So stick around for more updates regarding this matter.


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