Samsung Galaxy S22 FE and the Galaxy S23 series might launch with MediaTek chipsets

For its flagship phones, Samsung typically uses Qualcomm and in-house Exynos silicon, but it’s also increasingly adopting Mediatek chipsets in its affordable smartphones.

It now appears that the company will use a Mediatek processor in its upcoming flagship product.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 FE and S23 series might feature Mediatek chipset power instead of Exynos’

According to BusinessKorea, Samsung is considering adopting an undisclosed Mediatek processor in the Galaxy S22 FE and some Galaxy S23 devices. In particular, the publication reports that Mediatek silicon would power about half of all Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 handsets in Asia.


It’s unclear whether the probable usage of Mediatek silicon in Samsung flagships would mean the end of Exynos versions or merely three flagship variations. However, the publication reports that Exynos silicon would lose ground in the chipset market as a result, implying that a Mediatek model may replace Exynos power in some locations.

As per Android Authority, it wouldn’t be the first time Samsung employed more than two SoC providers in its flagships; Exynos, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments chipsets were used in the Galaxy S2 in 2011.

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There’s no information on the Mediatek chipset that may be utilised in the Galaxy S22 FE, while previous reports suggested that Samsung will employ the Dimensity 9000 in some manner. That is the company’s most recent flagship SoC, and it is also the firm’s most demanding to date. According to early reports, it is a real competitor to Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon chip, but lacks mmWave capabilities.

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