Since the Exynos 2400 is officially expected to return with the Galaxy S24 next year, the chances of Samsung releasing its successor in 2025 seem plausible. The specifications of the Exynos 2400 have changed over the years, and early reports indicated that it will have nine CPU cores, like the Google Tensor G3. Informant @OreXDA claims that the specifications of the Exynos 2500 have once again been revised.
The flagship SoC, which some are calling the Dream Team chip, will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor (Exynos 2400). It will have 10 CPU cores in a 1+3+2+4 configuration instead of 1+2+3+4. Although the exact cores are not specified, the Exynos 2500 will use Arm’s next generation products, namely the Cortex-X5 and Cortex-A730, but will use the Cortex-A520. Its processor could look like this: 1x Cortex-X5, 3x Cortex-A730, 2x Cortex-A730 (lower clock speeds) and 4x Cortex-A520.
This configuration is radically different from the previously leaked 4x-Cortex-X5 configuration. Samsung is very interested in using a proven design, especially given MediaTek’s difficulty keeping the Dimensity 9300’s P-core processor, which is not the Dimensity 9300’s thermal processor, in the Dimensity 9300. Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the Exynos 2500 for now. . Samsung’s major 3GAP node upgrade could provide significant performance gains. Whether they will be converted into GPUs coupled with GPU architecture remains to be seen.
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