Samsung Galaxy S25's best feature expected to result in significant price increase

Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset, enveloped in a silicon piece, is expected to be integrated in Samsung’s upcoming flagship model
An undated image of Samsung Galaxy S24. — Samsung
An undated image of Samsung Galaxy S24. — Samsung

Samsung, the South Korean company, is likely to lift the veil off from another flagship model Galaxy S25 next year. Multiple rumours are swirling related to the phone including the most emphasised bead on how much Galaxy S25 cost is likely to rise.

The South Korean tech giant is expected to integrate a few most compelling features including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset, enveloped in a silicon piece, according to a tipster Ming-Chi Kuo.

He further suggests that the new chip is likely to be priced 25% to 30% more than the predecessor chipset which is integrated in all models of Galaxy S24 Ultra models and S24 Plus.

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Samsung Galaxy S25 specs (expected)

Additionally, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 is expected to entail a 3nm chip that would perform better and the significantly demanded feature artificial intelligence (AI), which is now being integrated in all the smartphones, as people are more inclined towards to perform AI-driven tasks within a blink an eye.

Moreover, Samsung is likely to integrate its native Exynos chip, following their monopoly of Galaxy S models. But, Galaxy S25 might entails Exynos 2500 with a 3nm chip offering enhanced performance as its predecessors contain Exynos 2400.

As mentioned earlier, multiple rumours are being speculated concerning the price, release and many more things about Galaxy S25 models including, last week, Samsung was expected to boost the initial price on the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip by $100.