The first half of the smartphone is done in 2022. Things will get really exciting again in the second half of the year, when smartphone manufacturers are betting on a new processor that will make a huge difference and solve a huge problem.
Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 runs cooler
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 works in many of today’s Android smartphones. Samsung made this processor. It soon became apparent that the SoC was getting very warm and needed good cooling. If the manufacturer does not provide proper cooling, such as OnePlus in the 10 Pro, this leads to poor performance during intense tasks such as gaming. This is exactly what I was able to experience first hand during the test. It’s only frustrating when it’s claimed A high-end smartphone that can improve its performance in just a few minutes And then it gets so slow that the game only works intermittently. This should not be the case and will change:
Anyone worried about the thermal evolution of the current best smartphones can breathe a sigh of relief in the second half of the year. The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 would be much better in this regard. This is now confirmed by a reliable source that has repeatedly provided correct information. Samsung is no longer building the improved chip, but TSMC. so you can Performance increased by 10 percent, but efficiency increased directly by 30 percent will. This should ensure that high-end smartphones do not overheat, but can also run under full load for a longer period of time.
We can only hope that all manufacturers will already turn. Sony probably isn’t planning to do that, so the Xperia 5 IV and Xperia 1 IV Pro should continue to show up with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which gets pretty warm. The problem is known, because the Xperia 1 IV overheats.
The Exynos chip works in the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra:
Is Samsung building a new Exynos processor?
The big question will be whether Samsung will develop a new Exynos processor for the Galaxy S23 or will also use the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 or Gen 2 directly. This should be introduced at the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. The difference between processors from Samsung and Qualcomm should become larger. With Exynos chips installed in Europe, we’d be at a distinct disadvantage. But there’s also a rumor that Samsung will use a Qualcomm chip so it can use its Galaxy processor in 2025.