Samsung Exynos chipsets have been having somewhat of a rough time lately. First the Exynos 5 Octa 5410 couldn’t deliver the Snapdragon-smashing performance everyone was expecting from it, while the refreshed 5420 version is yet to hit the shelves in the Galaxy Note III, but it has already been confirmed to come at the expense of 4K video recording.
Another issue of the chipset with eight CPU cores is its lack of an integrated LTE support so Samsung is using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon solutions for the LTE markets. Perhaps this is about to change when its new version, which has been teased via Twitter, gets to see the light of day.
— SamsungExynos (@SamsungExynos) September 6, 2013
There’s hardly much info that we can get from the tweet. There’s obviously a new Exynos chip on the way, but we can only guess what sort of updates it will introduce.