Samsung Galaxy S22 in India may finally use the Snapdragon SoC rather than the Exynos

The Galaxy S22 series, Samsung’s next-generation flagship smartphone in India, is not expected to include an Exynos processor. According to a report by Android Police, Samsung is changing its strategy and now wants to equip the Galaxy S22 series phones in more markets with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoCs rather than its own Exynos ones. This is the first time a Snapdragon processor has been used in one of Samsung’s flagship phones in India.

The decision change now means that users in Asia and Africa will be able to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S22 series with Qualcomm’s rumored Snapdragon 898 SoC, according to the report. Because Qualcomm SoCs are already used in its flagships in the United States, Exynos SoCs will continue to be used in Europe and Korea. Once the company’s products are unveiled, the company may reveal the exact reason for this decision change.

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Users, on the other hand, should be ecstatic at the prospect of more Qualcomm-powered Samsung flagships. While Samsung’s Exynos SoCs have historically outperformed Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragons in terms of performance consistency, heat management, and power efficiency, the latter has provided better performance consistency, heat management, and power efficiency.

However, there has been a shuffle in the deck this year. To boost its chipset business, Samsung has already announced that its next-generation flagship chipset, the rumored Exynos 2200, will include an AMD RDNA2 generation GPU. On the Samsung Galaxy S22, the latter is expected to include features such as variable-rate shading (VRS) and ray tracing. This has the potential to have a big impact on mobile gaming and what developers can do with the new features.

In the meantime, it’s unclear whether Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon chip will support ray tracing graphics. Given Qualcomm’s dominance in the Android flagship smartphone market, it will be interesting to see how the move plays out – and if Samsung explains its decision.

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