In recent months, news has emerged that TSMS struggled to cope with the demand only apple semiconductors dand 3 nm. Along with this came the information that Qualcomm will learn to divide production Snapdragon 8 Generation 4 with 3 nm process technology Samsung And TSMSbut now the liquor Tech_Reve claims that the company has not entered into an agreement with the South Korean, as a result of which the next chip will be produced only with the same semiconductor.
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Initially, the same leader and some market analysts believed that the processor maker would negotiate supplies from both companies, but using South Korean technology in “Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 for Galaxy” – which will be unique to your models galaxy s25 and folding, released in 2024.
Unfortunately, the source of the leak did not know the reason why Qualcomm return to partnership with Samsung. But WCCFTech believes this may be motivated by some new problem found in South Korean technology.
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The portal points out that on the last quarterly income statement, the supplier stated that its process 3 nm GAA had a stable income – and close to TSMS. But the site believes the company may now be facing some new manufacturing problem that has paralyzed the deal.
Such as Qualcomm will need a large batch in the initial batch to produce their new SoC, the semiconductors must have a satisfactory income to fulfill the partnership agreement.
Another possible reason for this change in plan is that the design patterns Cortex-X4 from hand have been tested with semiconductor 3 nm from TSMC and the company may have shown them Qualcomm convince the company to produce Snapdragon 8 Generation 4 exclusively with their chips.
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