The Exynos 5 Octa (said to be powering the Galaxy S4) contains a PowerVR SGX 544MP3 GPU, instead of a Mali design from ARM. What does that mean for the user experience?
The new Tegra 4 system-on-a-chip has been put through its paces in a suite of benchmark applications, and the results are nothing short of amazing.
This morning, noted rumor purveyor Sam Mobile dropped a bomb on Samsung Galaxy S fans, with a report that allegedly contains the official specifications of the upcoming Galaxy S4. The shocker is that Samsung will supposedly not be using an Exynos processors nor an AMOLED display on their 2013 flagship.
A second report is now saying that Samsung will use Qualcomm chips in the upcoming Galaxy S4 instead of its own eight-core Exynos 5 Octa process.
LG is reportedly producing its own eight-core processor that will most likely equip the LG Optimus G2 later this year.
According to Korean media, Samsung will sell a single version of the Galaxy S4, powered by a Qualcomm chip. We look at the pro and con arguments of this rumor.
CPU technology continues to steam ahead, even the new Exynos 5 Octa already has a successor. AMD’s big.Little A53/A57 combination beefs up the processing power, yet manages to improve on energy efficiency.
One of the most important Samsung new products unveiled at CES this year was the new eight-core Exynos 5 Octa processor that is supposed to deliver improved performance while also being more battery-friendly than its predecessors.
Hey Android users, are you ready for a weekend wild rumor? And we did have quite a few Android rumors lately related either to future Nexus devices or to the upcoming Galaxy S4.
The Exynos 5 Octa eight-core mobile chip was one of the new products that Samsung unveiled at CES 2013 last week. However, the company failed to tell us which future Android devices will user the high-end power-efficient processor this year.