Samsung is said to be rushing to deploy the final finishing stages to prepare for the launch of Exynos 2400, the top processor line is expected to be equipped on Galaxy S24 models in certain markets.
Although the Exynos 2400 may not be Samsung’s orientation to compete directly with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 or Dimensity 9300, the launch of this processor model can help Samsung optimize the cost of components when officially released. launch its flagship smartphone and tablet product line in 2024. This is especially important in the context that Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is likely to be priced very high by Qualcomm, leading to the selling price of products to users. will be greatly enhanced.
According to leaked specifications posted on AnTuTu, the Exynos 2400 owns a 10-core CPU that will be divided into ‘1 + 2 + 3 + 4’ clusters. This suggests that the chipset will most likely have a single Cortex-X4 core running at 3.10GHz. Whether higher clocks are selected by default for super cores is yet to be confirmed, but it’s a feature that promises to get a lot of attention.
Ensuring the graphics processing power of the chipset is the new Xclipse 940 GPU developed based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture. Compared to Xclipse 920, Xclipse 94 is rumored to have twice as many compute units (CUs). However, it should be noted that doubling the number of compute units does not mean that the Xclipse 940 is twice as fast as the Xclipse 920. Fortunately, Samsung’s new 4nm architecture will bring certain improvements. In terms of performance and power efficiency, the bad things on the Exynos 2200 will seem like a fading memory when the Exynos 2400 comes out.
In terms of connectivity, Samsung’s upcoming SoC is expected to be integrated with the Exynos 5300 5G Modem, which is rumored to have a maximum downlink limit of 10Gbps, just like the Snapdragon X75, plus uplink speeds of up to 3. ,87Gbps.
Another notable feature is that it is likely that the Exynos 2400 also supports two-way connections with satellites, similar to the Satellite Emergency SOS feature on the iPhone 14 Series. Future Galaxy S24 owners will be able to call for help, just like iPhone 14 users, to get out of difficult situations.
Other notable specs include support for UFS 4.0 storage and up to 8.5Gbps bandwidth LPDDR5X RAM. The chipset can also support 8K 60FPS video recording and up to 320MP camera. Everything about the Exynos 2400 is impressive so far, but it’s all just on paper. So, it remains to be seen how well this chip will actually perform when equipped on commercial devices launching next year.