Samsung Galaxy S26, iPhone 17 Pros to Feature Efficient 2nm Chips


Samsung's Exynos processors have lagged behind Qualcomm's in power efficiency, but Project Tethys aims to change that with a 2nm chipset for the Galaxy S26.

This is expected to improve the efficiency of 3nm chips, which are known for better battery life, less heating issues, and longevity.

Samsung Electronics plans to mass-produce the 2nm architecture for mobile devices by 2025, using fabs in Korea and Texas.

If rumors are true, Qualcomm could continue using the 4nm process for Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 SoC, giving Samsung an advantage.

Samsung is rumored to enhance Exynos chips with GAA Plus transistors for 3nm technology, improving efficiency and competitiveness.

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