The upcoming Exynos 2500 will be more energy efficient than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 4, X (formerly known as Twitter) recently stated. The performance advantage comes from Samsung’s 3 nm manufacturing process.

According to the tipster known as @PandaFlashPro, the chipset will not only be more efficient than its direct rival, but will also have better performance and consume less energy than its predecessor, the Exynos 2400.

Unfortunately, the tipster did not provide concrete details about the processor numbers. So the public will still have to wait to see the gains in performance and improvements in daily use.

The expected data about X also does not refute the rumors about the composition of the chipset. Allegedly, there will be two models: Exynos 2500-A (8 CPU cores built for smartphones) and Exynos 2500-B (10 CPU cores built for ARM tablets and laptops).

Like Google’s chipsets, Samsung’s platform will adopt Tensor Processing Units (TPUs) instead of Neural Processing Units (NPUs). The graphics processing part of Exynos 2500 will be handled by the Xclipe 950 GPU developed in partnership with AMD.

No release date

There are no predictions regarding the launch of the new Exynos 2500 and it all depends on the strategy Samsung will adopt regarding the distribution of the component. For high-end models, the company often sells the same model with both Qualcomm’s top-end processor and Exynos itself, depending on region.

In Brazil, the user community tends to prefer models sold with Qualcomm processors. Analysis of previous models shows that the Snapdragon component is more efficient in everyday tasks, has less heating and better autonomy in everyday life than its direct competitor from Samsung.

Source: Tec Mundo

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