Samsung mobile phones currently mainly use Qualcomm Snapdragon chips or its own Exynos chips. According to ET News, Samsung hopes to solve the Exynos chipset problem and put it into more mobile phones next year.
According to reports, Samsung is pushing to increase the proportion of Exynos chips in Galaxy phones from 20% to 50%~60%. Samsung reports that by 2022, Samsung’s LSI division will more than double Exynos chip shipments.
An industry insider said that Samsung has solved two key problems of the next-generation Exynos chips- 5G communication problems and heat dissipation problems. In addition, Samsung reported that it will use Exynos chips for more mid-and low-end smartphones instead of Qualcomm or MediaTek chips.
Samsung has previously introduced some mid-range Exynos chips, such as Exynos 1080, but its own Galaxy phones are not equipped. According to reports, Samsung will transfer more mobile phones to Exynos chips, which can have more control over chip production and supply.