Traditionally, Samsung has powered the Galaxy S line with its own Exynos chips everywhere except the US, Canada, and China. But it seems that many Galaxy S buyers weren’t happy shelling out flagship prices for phones that they felt were being powered by an inferior Exynos SoC. This will be rectified this year as it seems that Qualcomm has pretty much confirmed that it will have a “global share” of the Galaxy S23 series this year.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series includes the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra. The trio is expected to be introduced in January or February during the next Samsung Unpacked event.
The Hot new feature for the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to be a 200MP camera on the back driven by a new 200MP image processor developed by Samsung. This is not the HP1 ISOCELL 200MP image processor made by Sammy and used on the Motorola X30 Ultra and the Xiaomi 12T Pro.