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Samsung Galaxy S25 series’ Exynos 2500 could use Google’s TPU for AI capabilities

Exynos 2500 leak

The Samsung Galaxy S25 series could reportedly be powered by Exynos 2500 along with Google TPU for improved AI functions, as shared by the tipster Connor (@OreXda) on X (formerly Twitter).

Previous sources indicate Samsung’s intention to equip the Galaxy S25 with the Exynos 2500 chipset for enhanced AI capabilities, including Google’s Tensor Processing Unit (TPU).

This aligns with Google’s Pixel 8 series, which utilizes Google Tensor G3 (4 nm) for on-device AI and faster Google Mobile Services (GMS) functions.

Exynos 2500 with Google TPU

According to the tipster, Samsung has been consistently improving its neural and digital signal processors from Exynos 2200 to Exynos 2400. However, these enhancements did not significantly impact the Android ML layer or Google Mobile Service System App Services.

Samsung Exynos 2500 With Google TPU

Reports suggest that the Exynos 2500 SoC in the Samsung Galaxy S25 may feature one G-NPU, one S-NPU, and a new TPU component. The integration of these components is aimed at optimizing AI performance.

The tipster also mentioned that post One UI 6.1 update, the Galaxy AI Model, and Android Machine Learning Interface will work seamlessly with Galaxy AI Devices, ensuring smoother operation.

The TPU will be activated when Google ML API code is detected on the app, enhancing speed and efficiency. Recent leaks regarding the Exynos 2500 specifications reveal it as a deca-core chip with a 3.3GHz~3.2GHz Cortex X5 Prime Core.

It is anticipated that the Exynos 2500, built on the company’s advanced 3nm GAA process, will feature a single G-NPU, while the Exynos 2400 will have both G-NPU and S-NPU capabilities