The Samsung EUV 7nm production process has brought a number of major contracts to South Korean company.
Qualcomm chose Samsung to create the Snapdragon 865 processor, skipping TSMC.
The deal has not yet been completed, but according to sources it is in the final phase.
TSMC was the Qualcomm Snapdragon choice for the 845 and 855 processors of 7nm, which took over this role from Samsung after the company produced 820 and 835 processors.
Qualcomm believes that the Samung EUV 7nm process is more advanced than the 7th TSMC process. Previously appeared information that would have two versions of the Snapdragon 865-standard processor model with the X55 5G modem.
Samsung will also produce a GPU processor for Nvidia, which has been used by TSMC for years.
Samsung and AMD have also collaborated in creating a GPU for mobile, but AMD still holds TSMC when it comes to producing new Zen 2 CPUs and Navi cards.