Samsung is predicted to launch its Galaxy S23 collection telephones within the first week of February in line with the most recent rumors and this may be the 12 months the place all fashions will launch with the identical chipset globally. Rumors about an all-Snapdragon lineup of Galaxy S23 collection telephones have been occurring for months and the most recent earnings name from Qualcomm all however verify these rumors are true.
Throughout their This autumn earnings name (transcript within the supply hyperlink) Qualcomm CFO Akash Palkhiwala confirmed expectations for a robust second half of the March quarter (Q1) 2023 which seemingly coincides with the primary months of gross sales for the Galaxy S23 collection telephones. He additionally confirmed Qualcomm has moved from a 75% share (of chipsets) within the Galaxy S22 collection to a world share – which means Qualcomm chipsets for all fashions of the S23 collection.
So from a March quarter perspective, you are proper, the profit from the Samsung launch for the brand new telephone can be within the in sort of the second half of the March quarter. So it is available in in direction of the top of the quarter, however that can be a bonus, whereas our share from 75% in G S22 goes as much as international share in G S23. – Akash Palkhiwala (Qualcomm CFO)
All three Samsung Galaxy S23 collection telephones (S23, S23+ and S22 Extremely) have already handed by means of Geekbench solely with the alleged Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon confirmed a multiyear partnership with Samsung which can carry Snapdragon chipset to all premium Samsung Galaxy telephones globally.
In handsets, we entered into a brand new multiyear settlement with Samsung, increasing the usage of Snapdragon platforms for future premium Samsung Galaxy merchandise globally. – Cristiano Renno Amon (Qualcomm CEO)
A report from final month nonetheless suggests an Exynos-powered Galaxy S23 collection is just not dominated out regardless of disappointment from in-house Exynos chips from the Samsung MX (Cell eXperience) division.