Samsung is reportedly boosting the usage of Exynos chipsets in its low-cost smartphones, according to reports. Furthermore, the company’s focus has switched from established to emerging regions.
The Galaxy A13, a low-cost Exynos-powered smartphone, was just released in North America. The Galaxy A13 is available in two different versions: LTE and 5G. The Exynos 850 chipset powers the LTE model, while the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset powers the 5G model.
The Exynos 1280 CPU is also included in the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A33, both of which were released last month. The chipset is made on a 5nm process and has a faster GPU clock speed than the SoC Density 900.
The Exynos SoC has previously been seen in the South Korean company’s top handsets. It wasn’t without its difficulties. Throttling was detected, and the CPUs were weaker than their Snapdragon counterparts.