Exynos 2300: Samsung Galaxy S23 Exynos model seemingly still on the cards as first SoC details surface
Recent reports seemed to indicate that Samsung could be ditching its flagship Exynos chipsets with a view to developing completely custom silicon for the Galaxy S25 series in 2025. While the company has refused to deny or confirm those reports, it appears the reality of the matter may be different.
New information has now surfaced about the Exynos 2300, Samsung's successor to the Exynos 2200 that currently powers the Galaxy S22 series. According to leaker Shadow_Leak, the Exynos 2300 exists and bears the model number "S5E9935". The Exynos 2200 bears S5E9925. This information is corroborated by Roland Quandt, who provides the SoC's codename as "Quadra".
While this information appears to confirm the existence of the Exynos 2300, Roland Quandt states it's based on older information that may not necessarily be indicative of more recent decisions by Samsung. Ergo, the Exynos 2300 may or may not exist, and may or may not power the Galaxy S23 series next year. If it does, though, it will be codenamed "Quadra" and carry the model number "S5E9935". We'll keep you updated either way.
the stuff this is based on, is a bunch of weeks or even months old. Samsung might have changed direction by now.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 26, 2022