In the past, Samsung has used its Exynos chips in its Galaxy flagships, just not in Canada or the United States. However, this year the company’s S23 series sported Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 globally, ditching the development of a new Exynos 2300 series.
But it looks like a new Exynos chip is still in the works. Recent reports indicate Samsung’s semiconductor division is working on a new flagship processor codenamed “Quadra.”
A report from IT Home says that the Exynos 2300 will feature a Cortex-X3 prime CPU core that operates at a maximum frequency of 3.09GHz. The chip also reportedly sports four Cortex-A715 cores that clock at 2.65GHz and four Cortex-A510 cores that clock at 2.1GHz. Graphics-wise, the chip Exynos 2300 will use a semi-custom Xclipse 930 GPU based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture and boasts a frequency of up to 1.4GHz.
Google will continue working with Samsung to implement the Exynos 2300 within the Tensor G3 chip, which will likely be featured in Google’s still-unannounced Pixel 8 series.
Source: IT Home, Android Headlines