Denying claims that it has developed customized cores for use in Exynos processors, Samsung has announced that it has no such plans.
Samsung, which ended the Exynos flagship processor design, which it started with big investments, with disappointment, left everything behind and rolled up its sleeves to develop an Exynos design again. However, there will be no more customized designs.
Samsung Doesn’t Design a Customized Processor!
When Apple and Qualcomm were at the top of the customized mobile processor core race, Samsung also turned to core designs called Mongoose and used it in 5-generation Exynos processors.
However, efficiency issues caught on, and he had to revert to standard ARM designs. Some claims were that customized cores would be used in Exynos processors that will reach 2025. However, Samsung denied this.
The company announced that they hired engineers to the Exynos division when necessary, but they do not have any customized core plans. In other words, any architecture such as Cortex-X3 or X4 will be used at that time. It is speculated that Samsung will make a change to the Galaxy S25 series at the earliest. On the other hand, it is not yet known how the integrated Radeon graphics units with ray tracing will progress.