The new piece of Samsung-made silicon will including South Korean giant is looking forward to Samsung Exynos 7872 SoC launching a mid-range Processor in China which is said to support all network bands in the country. Feature a joined model that’s supposed to make the device more energy efficient than some of its predecessors while concurrently improving its network connectivity capabilities.
The South Korean tech large is said to be working on a piece of silicon made using 14nm FinFET LPP process, the same one that was utilised in the production of Exynos 8890, the company’s 2016 SoC that powering the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
With six cores, it uses 4 of its cortex-A53 cores for power efficiency and the remaining two cortex-A73 cores for low-demanding tasks and energy conservation purposes, though their maximum clock frequencies remain a mystery performance. It should be a Mali-T830 MP2 for its GPU, and including an integrated modem for the Snapdragon 65x series.
While the source claims that processor will provide up to 70% higher performance than Samsung’s 28nm chips and be up to 30% less power-hungry than the same SoC family, received Samsung Exynos 7872 SoC will likely be used in upcoming models whereas Exynos 7 series are previously used in Galaxy A handsets. There is also a chance of firm replacing its Snapdragon processors integrated into Galaxy C collection with this new chip.
The Seoul-based company said that process will likely be used for its new flagship SoCs that are anticipated to power its high-end mobile devices launched in 2018, though the received applied in mass production previous to the final quarter of 2017 as Samsung is still in the process of upgrading its manufacturing facilities.
With this chipset, Samsung arranged to take top two places and also made this device better Qualcomm in GeekBench. The Exynos variant of Galaxy S8 has more scored higher in Benchmark X and Benchmark ES 3.1 Metal tests.