Samsung recently unveiled its latest innovative product – the Exynos 2400 Deca-Core processor, which will power the Galaxy S24 and S24+ smartphones in the European market. This powerful processor brings significant improvements in thermal management, thanks to the implementation of […]
Samsung recently unveiled its latest innovative product – the Exynos 2400 Deca-Core processor, which will power the Galaxy S24 and S24+ smartphones in the European market. This powerful processor brings significant improvements in thermal management, thanks to the implementation of Fan-out Wafer Level Package (FOWLP) technology. Instead of using a direct quote, we can say that Samsung’s FOWLP technology provides more space for I/O connections and efficient transmission of electrical signals.
To enhance thermal efficiency, the Exynos 2400 utilizes low-heat resistance packaging, enabling the device to stay cool even during intensive user activities. Another advantage of this processor is its size reduction, with a 40% decrease in device size and a 30% reduction in thickness by eliminating the substrate.
One report suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S24+ powered by the Exynos 2400 processor outperforms the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. However, until official comparative tests are available, it is important to exercise caution when interpreting these data.
In addition to impressive performance, the Exynos 2400 comes with the hexa-core Samsung Xclipse 940 GPU, which delivers outstanding results in 3D Mark tests. In the Wildlife Extreme test, the GPU achieves a score of 4231, on par with the Apple A17 Pro chip and twice as good as the previous Exynos 2200 version used in the Galaxy S22.
While earlier reports pointed to high energy consumption of the Xclipse 940 GPU in the Exynos 2400 processor, new data suggests that the energy consumption is almost comparable to competing processors, particularly concerning the GPU. It is also noted that Samsung’s 4LPP+ process, although inferior in performance to Snapdragon’s TSMC N4P process, offers similar energy consumption.
With the introduction of the Exynos 2400 processor, Samsung once again reaffirmed its commitment to continuous improvement and innovation in the field of mobile technology. The Galaxy S24 and S24+ phones with this impressive processor are sure to deliver top-notch performance and an enhanced user experience.