Samsung may abandon the version of the Snapdragon in Galaxy S9
Samsung this year reiterated its strategic move with the division of Galaxy S8, depending on the chipset – massive regions got its own Exynos 8895 versions, and a versions for China and the United States received a Snapdragon 835 (with implications for competition in the form of significant delays in deliveries).The next year the situation may be quite different. According to a source from the Chinese social networking, the next generation Galaxy S will get Exynos 9810 chip with support for CDMA. This immediately led to the hypothesis that Samsung plans to abandon Qualcomm services, as one of the main reasons for using Snapdragon chipsets is their compatibility with CDMA-networks, which requires a number of US carriers. And here it is necessary to recall the recent rumors that the Qualcomm > the attempts of the Korean manufacturer to start selling their own chips to other companies. If the information is confirmed, the relationship between the two giants is waiting for significant cooling. In the meantime, Galaxy Note 8 is preparing to become the first smartphone based on Snapdragon 836 – an improved version of the current and overclocked Qualcomm favourite Snapdragon 835.