A recent study indicates that the worldwide division of Samsung Galaxy S24 between Exynos and Snapdragon is set to return in a similar manner as before.
The only case where this does not apply is for the Ultra version, where Snapdragon is used for all components.
Alternatively, it appears that the US will receive Snapdragon processors for all models, while the rest of the world will receive Exynos processors for the standard and Plus models.
There have been various speculations about the chipsets for the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, causing a bit of a tumultuous journey. Initially, it was believed that all models worldwide would be equipped with Snapdragon processors, following the trend of the Galaxy S23 series. However, this was later revised to include only the vanilla model. However, recent rumors indicate another potential alteration.
The Korean publication The Elec reports that Samsung could go back to its previous method with the upcoming Galaxy S23 series. This means that the division between Exynos and Snapdragon models for the Galaxy S24 would be based on your location. In theory, the United States would only receive Snapdragon models, while countries like Korea, Europe, India, and others would have access to Exynos processors. This aligns with the launch of Samsung’s new Exynos 2400 chipset just a few hours ago.