Samsung reveals excessive-finish, low-energy chips for midrange telephones

Samsung reveals high-end, low-power chips for midrange phones

Samsung has introduced that it is bringing its 14nm Exynos chips to cheaper smartphones. These are smaller chips which might be each extra environment friendly and extra highly effective, and provided that the corporate is already placing the know-how to make use of on rivals’ chips (specifically, Qualcomm’s), it is no shock to see the chip seem in additional telephones. Till now, Samsung’s solely put the FinFET-made (that is 3D-structured) 14nm processors in its greatest — and costliest — telephones. That is about to vary.

The Exynos 7 Octa 7870 comes with eight 1.6GHz processor cores in addition to an LTE modem. With that 14nm design, Samsung says that may supply sufficient energy for 60fps full HD video playback, in addition to loads of oomph to seize sixteen-megapixel pictures from smartphone cameras. The chip will go into manufacturing within the subsequent few months, so anticipate to see telephones with extra bang for his or her buck within the later half of 2016.