It is expected that Samsung will soon introduce the new generation of its flagships, the Galaxy S23 series, with various improvements compared to their current model. Now a new report shows that these phones will be equipped with a new and improved cooling system.
A few days ago, information about the Galaxy S23 series was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark listing, which revealed the performance of the overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 on these phones. However, there are differences in the performance of the next Samsung flagships in the mentioned benchmark.
In fact, the performance score of these phones in Geekbench’s single-core test matched other devices equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2; But their performance score in the multi-core test was lower than expected. Given that we expect the Korean tech giant to use the overclocked version of the said chip in its 2023 flagships, getting such a score seems a bit strange.
to report GizmochinaThe latest Geekbench data for the Galaxy S23 Ultra shows that this device managed to achieve a score of 5179 in the multi-core benchmark test. This means that Samsung has managed to solve the problem of reducing the performance of its next flagship. Overheating causes the processing power of the chip to decrease significantly, and now a disclosure called Ahmed Quyder He announced on Twitter that the Galaxy S23 series will use a more powerful heat management system than previous models.
According to previous reports, the Galaxy S23 will use a cooling system whose performance will be about 1.6 times better compared to the cooling system of the Galaxy S22. Similarly, the cooling system of the Galaxy S23 Plus will perform 2.8 times better than the previous model of this device, and finally, the performance of the Galaxy S23 Ultra in heat management will be 2.3 times better compared to the S22 Ultra.
It is worth mentioning that Zoomit’s review of the Galaxy S22 and S22+ showed that when playing heavy games such as Genshin Impact in scenes with little impact and without conflict on these phones, the frame rate reaches about 50 frames per second; But as soon as you reach environments with more details and conflict, the frame rate drops significantly and drops to 36 frames per second.
An increase in body temperature during games and other heavy processing is a common issue in all Samsung lithography chips, which unfortunately also showed itself in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Exynos 2200. However, with the new cooling system of the Galaxy S23 series, it is expected that the problems of reducing the performance level of the processor will be solved.