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Qualcomm Chips In Half Of Samsung’s New Devices

US chipmaker Qualcomm will have a busy 2022, with Samsung planning to use its chipsets in half of the smartphones and tablets it will launch over the twelve-month period.

Tech journal TheElec has spied Samsung’s smartphone shipment plan for 2022, which indicates that, of the 64 devices planned for 2022, 31 of these will use Qualcomm chips.

Samsung’s own co-developed chipset Exynos will only feature in 20, while Taiwanese foundry MediaTek will provide for 14 devices, and UNISOC for just three.

Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series will combine Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 898 and Samsung’s Exynos 2200.

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 will solely use Snapdragon 898.

Of course, this all relies upon the supply chain issues easing, or at least not worsening, so anything could happen.

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