Samsung Galaxy S25 to Feature 3nm Exynos 2500 Globally, Except in the US

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Right now, the only phone available to you if you're seeking for a 3nm chipset is an iPhone 15 from Apple, but that may not last long. In addition to Samsung potentially getting ready to deliver a 3nm Exynos chipset, which may come in time for the Samsung Galaxy S25, Qualcomm is also anticipated to utilize the 3nm technology for its Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 processor.

A rumor from DigiTimes states that in 2025, Samsung would introduce the 3nm processors, codenamed Solomon. It is said that prototype chips are now being produced, and mass manufacturing is expected to start later this year.

Rumors of the Galaxy S25 using 3nm Exynos 2500 processors have already surfaced. The 2500 chip is said to "limit energy leakage and increase drive current." To put it another way, it will be both more potent and more effective. Thus, this update is really significant.

Additionally, analysts forecast that the final version would be part of the Samsung Galaxy S25 series before it is formally unveiled later. In addition, the source implies that the S25 could not launch in early 2025 as Samsung usually does, but rather in late 2024. Thus, there's a very slight chance that the release date of the new phones will be pushed back any farther than normal, but it might not.

International Galaxy S25 phones would be at a disadvantage if a 3nm technology wasn't used since they wouldn't get access to all the advantages that smaller processors have to offer in terms of performance and efficiency. Even though Exynos and Snapdragon Samsung phones usually function differently, things have gotten better with time. Therefore, it is illogical to purposefully increase that disparity by forgoing the use of a 3nm Exynos chip.

The most recent Snapdragon processor powers all Samsung phones sold in the United States; overseas models, on the other hand, sometimes use an Exynos chip. With Qualcomm announcing plans for a 3nm Snapdragon 8 Gen 4, Samsung was compelled to abandon the 4nm technology used for its earlier processors, such as the Exynos 2400.

Instead of the next Galaxy S flagship, all eyes are currently on Samsung for the impending release of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. Though there have been some speculations regarding those phones previously, you can stay up to current on all the news and information about the Samsung Galaxy S25 by visiting our website.

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