Despite the fact that Samsung returned its monocrystalline SoC Exynos in the current generation of flagship smartphones (Exynos 2400 is used in Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus for some regions), the company is not going to abandon American monocrystalline systems for future flagships. As Qualcomm reported during the announcement of financial results for the fourth quarter of 2023, the multi-year agreement with Samsung on the supply of SoC Snapdragon was extended.
,We also announce the extension of the multi-year agreement with Samsung regarding the Snapdragon platform to launch flagship Galaxy smartphones, starting in 2024. The expanded agreement demonstrates the value of Snapdragon 8, our technological leadership and our successful long-term strategic partnership with Samsung», – reported Qualcomm.
True, this does not mean that Samsung will abandon its SoC Exynos for future flagships: according to rumors, for the Galaxy S25 line the company is preparing a 3-nanometer platform Exynos 2500, which will include supercore Arm Cortex-X5, five cores Arm Cortex-A720 and four Arm Cortex-A530, and also GPU Xclipse 950.