Galaxy S24 series will feature the Exynos 2400 in the Southeast Asian region

As previously reported, as Samsung’s 4nm process yield rate improves, the company now favors incorporating the Exynos 2400 into the Galaxy S24 lineup. Samsung is likely to re-employ a dual-platform strategy for the Galaxy S24 series next year, featuring versions equipped with the Exynos 2400 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, respectively, with SoC variations depending on the sales region.

According to Wccftech, informed sources reveal that Samsung is testing the Exynos 2400 in both the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ models while planning to abandon the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 platform in corresponding models sold in Southeast Asia.

Prior information indicated that Samsung would only adopt a dual-platform strategy for a single Galaxy S24 model. However, it seems that if circumstances allow, Samsung aims to use the Exynos 2400 in the Galaxy S24 series as extensively as possible. Contrasting with previous approaches, Samsung chose Qualcomm’s platform for the Galaxy S22 series sold in Southeast Asia rather than their in-house Exynos chips. This situation has changed for the Galaxy S24 series, and it is presently unclear what considerations Samsung has made. Moreover, it is unknown whether similar adjustments will occur in other regions.

It is understood that the CPU portion of the Exynos 2400 features a 1+2+3+4 quad-cluster architecture, comprising one ultra-large core (Cortex-X4@3.10GHz), two high-frequency large cores (Cortex-A720@2.90GHz), three low-frequency large cores (Cortex-A720@2.60GHz), and four small cores (Cortex-A520@1.80GHz), culminating in a total of ten cores. Furthermore, Samsung plans to employ fan-out wafer-level packaging (FoWLP) technology on the Exynos 2400, signifying reduced package dimensions and enhanced integration, thereby bolstering performance and diminishing power consumption.