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Views on the next generation Samsung S23 Series mobile phone.

(Topic created on: 13-04-2022 07:42 AM)
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ddsnbgg
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Supply Chain Exposure Apple 14Promax mobile phone configuration. Apple 14PRO series of midfamings will use titanium alloy materials, and the boxes of titanium will enhance the body strength of the iPhone phone. Samsung Galaxy Will the S23 Ultra use a box in the titanium alloy?

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I think this question is way too premature. The S22 ultra has literally just released...

To be honest the Samsung phones appear to be among the strongest framed phones anyway... if you watch some of the destruction videos from JerryRigsEverything... so i doubt they will change the phone structure for the next release.

https://youtu.be/xihI456cy34
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Ginga_p
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Do you think as rumoured the s23 (and possibly s22fe) will be running with the mediatek chip set rather than the exnos
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Babishko
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That is a very good question @Ginga_p. I have heard that the flagship Mediatek processor may well be put into the forthcoming S22 FE as a testing ground in some markets?. I can't see this happening myself as any S22 or S22 Plus or Ultra version owner would be up in arms if the FE version blows theirs out of the water performance wise to the point that it closes noticeably on the performance of Apples A15 bionic chip at least in test figures. It is an exciting thought this but surely this could spell the end for Exynos chips being used in Samsung flagship phones or could it even result in a baffling three chip setup in future Samsung devices if they decide to use all three in the S23 range??..
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A three way set up would definitely make things even more confusing snapdragon in usa exnos in uk and mediatek india it would cause an up roar if one was worse than another. I agree with you with samsung not changing the chip for the s22fe the power is there but by reading peoples comments since its release the software isnt quite there
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antikythera
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Yeah the frames are great, the glass is the problem...
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antikythera
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More likely Mediatek instead of Snapdragon and Exynos still everywhere it already is used