Exynos 2400 Specifications Talk About An SoC With A 10-Core CPU Cluster, With One Of Them Being The Cortex-X4
Samsung’s Exynos 2300 did not materialize this year for the Galaxy S23 lineup, and the company is said to be working on a next-generation SoC for the Galaxy S25. One tipster may have shared the specifications of this chip, calling it the Exynos 2400. From a first impression, Samsung means business, but we have seen in the past that those numbers are only impressive on paper, not in real-world applications.
Samsung is likely to be testing out multiple Exynos 2400 versions with varying CPU cores
The 10-core CPU cluster belonging to the Exynos 2400 could be one sample that Samsung is rumored to be testing out. According to Ice Universe, one of those cores belong to the unreleased ARM Cortex-X4, but the clock speeds have not been provided. In the long run, it is the incorrect business strategy for Samsung to maintain reliability on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipsets because sourcing from a single company means paying a premium for those products.
This version of the Exynos 2400 appears promising, but Samsung’s issue has always been thermally controlling its chipsets, so let us see what magic the company will conjure here. Other rumored specifications include two Cortex-A720 cores running at an undisclosed frequency, while three additional Cortex-A720 cores will operate at a lower clock speed.
Ice Universe provides specifications of the Exynos 2400
Handling the less intensive tasks are four Cortex-A520 cores. Keep in mind that none of these ARM CPU designs have officially launched, so we cannot comment on the kind of performance this Exynos 2400 will bring to the table. Samsung has apparently improved its 3nm GAA chip yields to a ‘perfect level,’ so the obvious choice would be to mass produce the chipset on the aforementioned technology.
There is a possibility that Samsung will remove two cores from this Exynos 2400 configuration and launch an 8-core CPU solution with less performance than the 10-core SoC but with better thermal management. At this stage, it is too early to make any additional comments, so we will recommend our readers to treat this information with a pinch of salt for now.Continue Reading