Over the years, Samsung has worked to develop its own line of mobile processors and move away from being dependent on some major manufacturers. This, theoretically, allows the manufacturer to increase profits, since there is no need to buy their processors from other companies, and this is certainly a very important point, plus you can optimize the operating system for your processor, and not for a separate third-party model. But it soon turned out that Samsung did not have enough opportunities to compete in the market with top solutions, so now the company has completely abandoned the idea of creating its own processor – instead, the manufacturer will release the next flagship on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
Insiders said that the Korean giant has completely abandoned the idea of \u200b\u200bputting a smartphone on sale on its own processor – instead, the latest flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will be used, which has impressive performance and allows you to access many modern technologies. For buyers, this news is just great, because the company is moving from outdated and backward in all respects Exynos chips to a really high-quality solution, and the buyer no longer needs to look for a smartphone from the USA, because it was there that Samsung produced smartphones based on Qualcomm chips. Apparently, it was too hard to compete with the giant in the mobile processor market.