Samsung Exynos 2400

Samsung Exynos 2400 To Debut with Galaxy S24, Next Year

Samsung Semiconductor has launched its own new chipset, Samsung Exynos 2400, but it will debut with Galaxy S24. It adopts a deca core design and is said to perform 70% better than the last generation Exynos 2200. The GPU RDNA 3 architecture, can perform twice as well as the last generation. 

Release Highlights

  •  The Samsung Exynos 2400 is based on 4nm architecture and deca core design (1+2+3+4 cores)
  • It has 70% better performance than the Exynos 2200
  • The GPU uses RDNA 3 architecture (twice the computing power as RDNA 2)
  • It is equipped with next-generation 5G modem, compatibility with NB-IoT and NTN
  • The processor will be released in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 series

Specifications of the Samsung Exynos 2400

Samsung’s own latest processor, the Samsung Exynos 2400 chipset will be based on 4nm architecture. The CPU has a deca core design, 1 x 3.1Ghz Cortex X4 core, 2 x 2.9Ghz Cortex A720 cores, 3 x 2.6Ghz Cortex A720 cores and 4 x 1.8Ghz Cortex A520 cores. According to the company, it will be providing 70% better performance than their last generation Exynos 2200, while the NPU AI processing capability is increased by 14.7 times.

The GPU uses Xclipse 940 based on RDNA 3 architecture, which has twice the number of graphics computing units compared to RDNA 2. It will drastically improve the gaming and ray tracing performance. 

Samsung Exynos 2400

The chipset comes with a next-generation 5G modem, that has NB-IoT (narrowband Internet of Things) and NTN (nonterrestrial network technology). It will allow the device to provide satellite communications for smartphones, something which is quite trendy now. 

The processor is all set to make its debut in the Samsung Galaxy S24, in the next year. Do you think it will be able to become the leading performance device of the year?

Source (Weibo, in Chinese)