Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are pretty much the standard here in the U.S. Almost all mobile devices use some level of Snapdragon, whether it be an all powerful Snapdragon 810 or a lowly Snapdragon 410 for budget devices. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Samsung used to use its own in-house Exynos chips with great results ... Read More »
Earlier this month, a rumor claimed that Samsung had decided to not use the Snapdragon 810 in the Galaxy S6. Now it looks like that report may have been the accurate.
Samsung has officially announced a new Exynos octa-core processor that uses a new 20nm manufacturing process. The Exynos 5430 chip, which can be found in the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, is the first Exynos processor to switch to a 20nm manufacturing process. The new 20nm manufacturing process results in a smaller die than a traditional 28nm ... Read More »
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Samsung has announced its latest mobile processor, the Exynos ModAP. It’s been a while (almost two years) since a Samsung Exynos processor has been relevant in the US because they’ve lacked LTE support. However, the Exynos ModAP might finally change that.
The ModAP is a quad-core chip based on a 28nm process, which claims to play back ... Read More »
Since Samsung began using Snapdragon chips in its devices, the company has released two versions of its flagship. One powered by the Snapdragon processor with an LTE radio to please the markets graced with LTE, another powered by an in-house Exynos processor limited to 3G data. The Snapdragon variant was released across the world, while ... Read More »
In the mobile industry, Samsung has made a name for itself with its line of in-house Exynos processors. But in the past year or so, we haven’t seen many phones with them implemented. After its last chip faced some issues, Samsung has gone back to create a new chip: the newly revealed Exynos 5 Octa ... Read More »
It’s pretty clear that many of you are already excited about what the Samsung Galaxy S IV will offer when it is unveiled next year. Rumor has it that Samsung’s next flagship device will be unveiled in late February of 2013 with a quad-core Exynos chip, LTE connectivity, and a 5-inch display wrapped in a ... Read More »
According to company officials and part suppliers, Samsung is speeding up its work on the Samsung Galaxy S IV which they claim will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February. The design of the handset will maintain the “rectangle shape with rounded corners concept” Samsung used with the Galaxy S III this year, but ... Read More »
While most of us are fussing over the new Samsung Galaxy S III or the HTC One series, MEIZU has released the MX 4-Core. As the name implies, the Android 4.0.3 handset features a quad-core processor – the same 1.4GHz Exynos Cortex A9 chipset found in the European version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. ... Read More »
Today Samsung announced the Galaxy S III which features their own Exynos 4 Quad processor. According to some leaked benchmark scores, it should offer the fastest graphics performance, topping NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4.
However, most US consumers will likely not see this quad-core beast inside their carrier version of the Galaxy ... Read More »