There was earlier speculation that Samsung would use Qualcomm chipsets for the S23 globally, however recent reports suggest this will not be the case in Europe. https://www.androidpolice.com/samsung-bosses-apparently-want-galaxy-s23-use-exynos-2300-chip/
pros and cons of Exynos v Snapdragon here https://provscons.com/why-samsung-uses-different-processors/ personally think that whilst Snapdragon is superior the difference is less marked with the latest processors,benchmark Tests do not always reflect real life usage. I have found the Exynos fine for my personal needs,though some may have different experiences.
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My Device- S21 Ultra 5G ( SM-998B/DS ) CSC= BTU , 12GB/256GB
One Ui 5.0,Android 13 .
@Thekidman96 said " Would also like to know your thoughts on which chipsets you think is better. "
I like others have owned both Snapdragon and Exynos versions of phone's.
I had a Samsung Note²⁰ Ultra from Samsung UK and one I imported from Hong Kong into the UK.
I found the optimisation better so the battery lasted a couple of hours more.
The rest felt pretty much the same.
You could tell the difference with optimising and it felt smoother.
Kind of like night and day effect in handling.
Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²² Ultra 256Gb in Phantom Black.
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