For those who don't know, Qualcomm's earnings call in July affirmed the same. It is said that the multi-year arrangement between Samsung and Qualcomm is what led to the decision to equip as many Galaxy S23 phones as possible with Snapdragon chipsets.
Recall that Samsung released the Galaxy S22 model in most countries, including India, with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU.The next Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, which is anticipated to be on sale at the end of this month, will power the Galaxy S23 smartphones. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are expected to be part of the series.
According to a recent leak, the Galaxy S23 lineup will debut in early February and become available on February 17. The S23 Ultra is said to contain three additional sensors in addition to its 200MP primary camera. There will probably be some design tweaks to both the Plus model and the basic S23.
We may anticipate additional camera functions, enhanced batteries, and other modifications. Furthermore, Samsung could add a Light mode for even longer battery life.