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Exynos trade in for Snapdragon

(Topic created on: 13-06-2022 01:52 PM)
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Jay Zeeee
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Just bought an S22 in my region and they only sell Exynos version. I've read promising articles that the Exynos 2200 will get better than previous ones, but after a month of usage, i was wrong. Battery drains, game lags, bad camera, framerate drops. Can't samsung just listen to their subscribers and get rid of Exynos once and for all? I hope they have a trade in for Snapdragon versions. I wont buy the S23 anymore if it will still be an Exynos.

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StuartR
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I have zero problems with my Exynos version you describe, I don't play games! I can't imagine they would drop an inhouse chip because of a handful of people moaning about it out of the millions of units they've sold.

2 or 3 frames per second in some ***** game or and extra bit of battery life ain't a world changing difference!

There's plenty of choice out there if you don't like what you have.
Jay Zeeee
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Well, what's the point of buying an expensive flagship if you will nerf it down to get decent battery life and avoid extreme overheating? I can't enjoy the 120hz and medium performance because of how inefficient the exynos chip is.

StuartR
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Like I say it's a buyers market, your probably better off doing your research better before you buy something if you want an extra hour of battery if that and 2 or 3 fps.
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Jay Zeeee
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Well, i reckon that you only use your exynos phone for social media since you cant tell how there are a lot of downsides to the recent 2200. No point of overhyping the exynos in conventions if it wont even come close to snapdragon. So depending on the users of their chip, samsung should hear out what their costumers are experiencing instead of just accepting the "1 hr less" of battery time and 2-3 drop in framerate despite spending the same amount to get a similar good performance of the snapdragon.

StuartR
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Thankfully i don't use social media at all and I'm certainly not overhyping anything. Everyone uses things differently.

The difference between the two is overhyped, some people like having the highest numbers but these numbers make no real world difference.

If the phone works and does what you want (for me it does) for you it doesn't then move on to something that does.
Tourbillon De La Vie
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I have good experience with exynos so far, so good 

Jay Zeeee
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What are the settings on your exynos unit? Do you play games, stream or use it heavily? 

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Jay Zeeee
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Yes, i didnt mention you overhyping it. Just the samsung people who claim that the exynos will be different. I'm not basing on numbers, but the experience of both chipset, having owned the snapdragon before. Plus, i have to charge every now and then with my exynos. Maybe you got a good one and i didnt. I just dont see why they keep making another chipset that would not be satisfactory like its counterpart.

Steven9761
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Are you using your phone "efficiently"?.. By that, I mean, are you leaving 2/3 other apps running in the background? I only ever run 1 app at a time so, if I want to use Twitter, I close down Angry Birds, and that gets closed down if I want to use Facebook, etc. Perhaps your issues stem from using your phone "inefficiently"?
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