Google’s decision to use Tensor in the Pixel 6 appears to have had an impact on the rest of the Android market. A dedicated chip for Samsung’s Galaxy devices was revealed earlier this year by corporate leaders, but it appears that won’t happen for a few more years.

Early in April, Samsung’s TM Roh announced that the company was developing a semiconductor specifically for Galaxy handsets.

There are hardly any details as to what exactly that would involve, but the announcement itself surprised most people somewhat. Despite creating its own Exynos CPUs for smartphones for many years, Samsung has infamously struggled to stay up with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon series. While Samsung typically sticks with Snapdragon in regions like the US and South Korea, it occasionally employs Exynos CPUs in other international markets.

The reason why there aren’t many details accessible regarding this Samsung Galaxy chip has now become a little clearer. According to According to Ice Universe , a dependable Samsung insider, the revolutionary processor won’t be released until 2025. That would enable the processor to be used in both the Galaxy S25 series and any foldable devices released by Samsung in that year.

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