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Galaxy S22 FE, Galaxy S23 Could Arrive With a MediaTek SoC, as Dimensity 9000 Impresses in Performance & Power-Efficiency

Where Qualcomm and Samsung generally made chipsets for the top-of-the-line Android cell phones, MediaTek shocked the two organizations with its Density 9000. The Taiwanese fabless chip creator's new endeavor at a head SoC may be one explanation out of numerous the Korean monster is allegedly investigating bringing an anonymous MediaTek silicon to the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23.

Anonymous MediaTek Chipset Could Power Half of Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S22 Units in One Market

Samsung has regularly depended on Snapdragon and Exynos SoCs to drive its Galaxy cell phones, however as per Business Korea, basically in Asia, generally a large portion of the quantity of Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 units will include an anonymous MediaTek chipset. Since the report doesn't, by and large, specify the name of the silicon, we can accept it will be the immediate replacement to the Density 9000, which past bits of gossip guarantee would be known as the Density 1000.

The most recent report likewise expresses that the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 will send off in the final part of 2022, recommending that Samsung might be looking at an early delivery, basically for these two models. The new data doesn't state if the greater handsets, for example, the Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra will see a send-off in a similar period. A past benchmark test showed the Density 9000 to be the quickest Android cell phone chipset in presence at this moment, however, Samsung could have different purposes behind picking an SoC from MediaTek other than execution.

Picking MediaTek will give Samsung an upper hand over different merchants in evaluating, however it will mean the Exynos chipset's piece of the pie will decline. Last year, as indicated by Strategy Analytics, MediaTek's piece of the pie in the cell phone chipset classification remained at 26.3 percent, with the chipset creator limping along with pioneer Qualcomm, which had a portion of the overall industry of 37.7 percent.

MediaTek was consistently searched out for its low to mid-range contributions, permitting cell phone organizations to bring down the expense of their cell phones. With the Density 9000, the Taiwanese firm has clearly had the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Exynos 2200 in its sights, so it is conceivable the impending Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 get treated to the Density 10000, expecting MediaTek can deliver that silicon on schedule.

Samsung itself has not remarked on its association with MediaTek over-utilizing the last's chipsets for the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23, so make sure to treat this data with a touch of salt for the present.

News Source: Business Korea