Samsung: Taking Another Leap With Quad-Core Exynos Processor

by: Bern OliverJanuary 31, 2012
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Although Samsung has been consistent in releasing superb Android devices in the market for the past few months, we must admit that the manufacturing company still has a lot to do in order to push the boundaries of dual core. Its quad-core Exynos processor may just prove their willingness to improve, especially since the said chipset series is one of the fastest, most efficient, and capable chipsets available for mobile devices.

Taking another step further

Samsung is taking another step further in the mobile device world with their Exynos 5250, which is an ARM Cortex A15 chipset, that boasts of a 2GHz clock speed, without the need of sucking much power from the device. As of now, the chipset has begun sampling and will come into full production sometime this year.

Rumor has it that Samsung will put the chip into test on a new Galaxy Tab, which is reportedly bigger than their usual 10 inches tab, and showcase it at this year’s Mobile World Congress. Some people have reported seeing the prototype of the said device but without any pictures or other types of proof of it, it will be hard to believe, even for the biggest Android fans, that a Samsung Galaxy Tab with a WXQGA (2560×1600) does exist.

There are reporters however, that can confirm the credibility of Samsung’s prototype for this years MWC and we’re pretty sure that Android lovers are more than excited for the rumor to be true and for the tablet to be available for mass production this year.

  • Jumee

    yeah… but we are expecting Exynos 5250 implant into Galaxy S3…

    • Anonymous

      expecting based on what? hoping more like.

      no one has ANY solid information on the follow up to the galaxy S2.

      • Jordan Wollmann

        Not to mention they are both on cortex A15, meaning that it is still fresh tech and I doubt they will see mass production until maybe late this year. Hopefully I am wrong because it would be ridiculous to have the 5250 or the 5450 in the S3.

  • Amine Elouakil

    Just to correct you artical, The Exynos 5250 (which is being tested for the future Galaxy Tab) is supposed to be a dual core not a Quadcore, the Exynos 5450 would be the quadcore variant. and both of them will be made on a 32nm process, so they are technicly not the most efficient SoC, The Qualcomm S4 on the other hand are made with a 28nm process.