Samsung goes heavier with Qualcomm for the Galaxy S22

Samsung has historically remained reluctant to use Qualcomm chips in the Galaxy S lineup. The South Korean giant only releases Snapdragon variants of the Galaxy S phones in the US and China while the rest of the world gets Exynos models. However, it looks like 2022 will see Samsung leaning on the US chipmaker more than ever.
At its Investor Day 2021 event, Qualcomm revealed (via Digital Trends) that up to 50% of Samsung Galaxy S series phones launching in 2022 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon. That means we can expect to see the Snapdragon Galaxy S22 lineup making its way to several new markets this time around. As per various tipsters, Samsung will launch the Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S22 series in Africa and Asia — in addition to the US and China. Meanwhile, Europe and the UK will reportedly get the Exynos.
Qualcomm appears to have a commitment for 40-50% of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S series phones in 2022. @Qualcomm
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Written By: Kishan Vyas

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