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Samsung’s 3nm GAA Yields Rumored To Be Less Than 20 Percent, Mass Production Of Exynos 2500 May Be Unviable, Leaving The Company With Little Options

The Exynos 2500 rumors echoed a series of claims that made us believe that Samsung’s first 3nm GAA chipset meant for smartphones could finally be a worthy competitor to the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 4. Unfortunately, it was stated by an analyst that due to the poor yields of the Korean giant’s cutting-edge manufacturing process, the chipset would not arrive in time, meaning that the Galaxy S25 series would launch exclusively with Qualcomm’s latest and greatest flagship SoC. We now get to talk in-depth about another rumor stating that Samsung’s 3nm GAA yields are at less than 20 percent.

A string of sketchy rumors claim that Samsung’s Galaxy S25 will launch with a MediaTek silicon instead of the Exynos 2500 as part of the company’s dual-chipset launch strategy

Like the Galaxy S24 launch, Samsung was previously reported to adopt a dual-chipset launch strategy for the Galaxy S25 series as it would reduce dependency on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 and lower the company’s chipset expenditure. Unfortunately, MyDrivers reports that Samsung’s 3nm GAA yields have not shown any improvements, so the company will have to think of another plan and fast.

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Fortunately, MediaTek has proven for a few generations now that it can produce flagship chipsets that not just compete with Qualcomm but also go head-to-head with Apple’s A-series lineup. An earlier rumor was doing the rounds, boasting that a MediaTek chipset would be found in Samsung’s Galaxy S25 lineup. It was only later that we updated our readers, mentioning that there is a chance that we see the Dimensity 9400 debut in Samsung’s premier smartphone family.

At this stage, there is no telling if Samsung can improve its 3nm GAA yields, but on various occasions, the foundry was said to trail behind TSMC in mass producing wafers on a cutting-edge lithography. The Korean

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