Among the smartphones that will come out with the new flagship chip from Qualcomm, of course, there are also top models from Samsung. It was previously reported that the Korean manufacturer will refuse altogether from its own Exynos chips in the Galaxy S23 line. According to new data, Samsung went even further, slightly overclocking for its flagships a recently introduced Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

As reported by GSMArena with reference to an insider Ice universe, the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra smartphones have already managed to get into the ratings of the Geekbench synthetic performance test. Among other things, you can see the processor frequencies there, where the indicators of the considered models were 3.36 GHz for the most powerful core, 2.8 GHz for productive cores, and 2.02 GHz for energy-saving cores.

Among other smartphones with such a chip, which were also included in the, for example, vivo X90 Pro and iQOO 11 had a standard frequency for the most powerful core – 3.19 GHz, which corresponds to the declared specification from the processor manufacturer itself (3.1872 GHz). At Samsung, apparently, the frequencies were slightly adjusted.

Also, in new devices from Samsung, the graphics frequency has been increased — from the declared 680 MHz to 719.

Previously, Qualcomm already had models of chips with the AC index, which were slightly overclocked compared to the standard versions. It is currently unknown whether there will be something similar in new Samsung smartphones.

According to insider data, we shouldn’t wait too long for new flagships – the new Samsung Galaxy S23 line is planned to be presented at the beginning of February next year.