Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Believed To Pack An Unannounced Chip, Possibly Samsung’s AMD-Based SoC?

When it comes to the specifications of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3, its chipset is a puzzling mystery for many.

Some believed that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC would power it, but it appears that the South Korean tech giant may have a surprise in store for its fans.

Ice Universe, the famous leaker, claimed that the Z Fold 3’s chipset is top secret, meaning that there is a chance that we may see the Snapdragon 888 and the Exynos 2100, which equips the European and Middle Eastern variants of the Galaxy S21 lineup.

Therefore, we are left wondering if the Fold 3 will pack a new Exynos chip with an AMD GPU.

This is the tweet from Ice Universe:

During the Exynos 2100 unveiling event, Samsung’s System LSI Business’ President, Dr Inyup Kang, claimed that “the next flagship product” will feature an AMD GPU.

However, we can’t tell if he meant the next high-end phone or the next premium chip.

It is widely believed that Samsung will introduce the new GPU in June, but an early rumour says that there may be a while before a chip with AMD graphics is introduced.

The rumours will keep piling up, and everything will be clearer once Samsung officially unveils the device. Stay tuned to learn more details about the Z Fold 3 as soon as they get published!

Susan Kowal
Susan Kowal is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor/advisor, and a health enthusiast.