Nearly half of Samsung's new products next year use Qualcomm chipsets?

According to Korean media, nearly half of the smartphones and tablets that Samsung Electronics plans to release in 2022 will use Qualcomm's chipsets. However, as the chip shortage continues, these plans may change. Since the beginning of this year, Samsung has been in trouble due to its inability to purchase chipsets from Qualcomm.

Samsung Electronics will launch 64 smartphones and tablets next year, 31 of which are planned to use chipsets provided by Qualcomm, 20 will use Exynos chipsets jointly developed by Samsung Electronics and AMD, and 14 will use MediaTek chipsets. 3 models use the Zhanrui chipset.

It is worth mentioning that the flagship Galaxy S22 series does not only use Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 as rumored but uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 and Samsung Exynos 2200 together. Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 will use Snapdragon 898 alone.

In addition, the low-end models M33 and A33/53 will use Samsung Electronics' self-developed chips. A13 will also use Samsung's own chips, while A32, M32, A02, and A03 will use MediaTek chips. For tablets, Galaxy Tab S8, S8 Ultra, and S8 Plus will only use Samsung Exynos 2200.

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