Samsung’s Galaxy S23 could fix a major issue with these phones (Image: SAMSUNG)
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Enter your email address here. We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Good news! Samsung might be about to fix one of the biggest annoyances with its smartphones and it’s great for anyone thinking of upgrading their current device next year. The big change is all to do with what’s under the hood of the Korean firm’s premium handsets.
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It’s also just really confusing that the same device gets a different processor depending on where you live and it’s long been a frustration for users. Exciting Deal! Up to 45% off n Dell PowerEdge T150 Server We’re expecting the Galaxy S23 to be revealed at the start of next year and it could come packed with a big processor upgrade from Qualcomm. chip manufacturer has already teased that its yearly Snapdragon Summit will be taking place later this year and it’s almost certain that the firm will use this event to reveal its all-new Snapgragin 8 Gen 2 processor. Like most yearly updates, expect this brain to be faster, more efficient and provide other features such as improved pictures, better AI and faster video editing
Although a Galaxy S22 will look the same whether you buy it in the UK or the US things are very different once you peep behind the screen. For example, those buying the new Galaxy S22 in America will get the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor tucked inside. However, grab that same device in Europe and you’ll find it’s powered by Samsung’s Exynos 2200 brains instead. Although there’s not a huge difference between these two processors most speed tests show that the Qualcomm brain is marginally faster and more efficient than Samsung’s chip. That means those with a Qualcomm S22 might expect to see slightly faster speeds and little longer battery life.