Samsung plans to use Exynos chips on low-cost Galaxy smartphone

As we know, Samsung used the Exynos 850 (AP) chip for the Galaxy A13 LTE smartphone for the North American market. Galaxy A13 comes in two versions – LTE as well as 5G powered by MediaTek ‘Dimension 700’ 5G version.

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According to a market report from research firm Omdia, Samsung will ship 51.8 million units of the Galaxy A12 in 2021, making it the best-selling smartphone maker in the world. The Galaxy A13 is the successor to the Galaxy A12.

The Galaxy A12 went down in history as the first smartphone maker to sell over 50 million copies. Used for Mediatek Helio P35 AP Galaxy A12. This means that the Galaxy A12 has played a major role in the growth of media technology.

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Next, this year, Samsung is expected to produce the big hit Galaxy A13. Last month, the company released the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A33 based on the Exynos 1280. This is a game-specific AP based on a 5-nanometer process. And the Exynos 1280 was loaded on the Galaxy M33, which came out in April, compared to India and Southeast Asia.

Samsung is increasing the proportion of Galaxy A and Galaxy M series in its smartphone business. The Galaxy F series will also be launched in 2020. The company is shifting its focus from developing countries to emerging markets. Exynos chips for mid-range, low-cost smartphones are quickly accepted.

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