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Samsung Starts Developing Exclusive AP For Galaxy Smartphones

Samsung has started developing processors for its Galaxy series smartphones. The South Korean tech giant manufactures its own chipsets.

Samsung boasts an impressive array of processors under its Exynos brand. The lineup includes flagship, mid-range, as well as budget chips.

The word on the street is that Samsung will increase the usage of its own processors in the Galaxy smartphones. Aside from this, the company is reportedly working on a dedicated chip for the flagship devices.

A report from ITHome suggests that Samsung Electronics’ Device Solutions (DS) Division is currently developing an AP (an Application Processor). This processor will be specifically dedicated to the Galaxy series smartphones.

The tech giant has been developing the Exynos chips for quite some time now. However, Samsung hasn’t yet developed a chip dedicated to the Galaxy range of smartphones.


With this move, Samsung will be following in the footsteps of Apple. Notably, the Cupertino-based tech giant uses the A-series chips only for Apple devices.

Regrettably, Samsung isn’t likely to unveil the new AP until 2025. Focusing on a single product line rather than adopting a general configuration could enable Samsung to minimize power consumption.

The company currently uses chips from Qualcomm and MediaTek. Aside from this, it uses chips from its own Exynos lineup. However, most Samsung smartphones come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and Exynos chips, based on the region of launch.

Moreover, Samsung is sparing no effort in a bid to expand the market share of Exynos chips. Also, it will now be using its own chip on more Galaxy smartphones.

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