Qualcomm has confirmed that the upcoming Galaxy S23 series will be powered by a Snapdragon processor globally. During their Q4 earnings call, Qualcomm CFO Akash Palkhiwala confirmed expectations for a strong second half of the March quarter in 2023. This will likely coincide with the sale of the Galaxy S23 series. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is rumoured to launch at the next Galaxy Unpacked event during the first week of February 2023.

Thus, it can be said that the Galaxy S23 series in all regions will have the new flagship chipset at its heart. What does this mean for the future of Exynos? Qualcomm says it has extended its agreement with Samsung through 2030, so it can be implied that all future Samsung premium phones that will launch until then in all regions should have a Snapdragon chip.

Samsung will likely continue to produce Exynos chips for use in its other non-flagship lines, such as the Galaxy A and Galaxy M series. Phones launched under both series are powered mainly by Snapdragon and MediaTek chipsets, but there are a few models with Exynos processors, such as the Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy M33 and Galaxy A13 4G. It is also likely to use them in its mid-range and entry-level tablets. An important question the new development raises is what the future of Samsung’s partnership with AMD would look like since the Galaxy S23 series won’t feature an Exynos chipset. The possibility of Samsung going on with the partnership is pretty slim. Nevertheless, until Samsung reveals its plans, nothing is certain.

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