Samsung has released its G900HXXU1ANG3 update for the Exynos variant of its Galaxy S5 (SM-G900H), featuring numerous performance tweaks and improvements.
Samsung on Twitter teased an Exynos chips-related announcement for CES 2014. Read on for more details!
The Galaxy S5 is rumored to be unveiled in January and launched in February. Its specs will reportedly include a 64-bit octa-core CPU, 16-megapixel camera with OIS and fingerprint scanner.
According to a leaked slide from a press conference held by South Korean carrier KT, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will ship with the Snapdragon 800 processor.
Sam Mobile leaked the list of countries and carriers that will carry the Exynos 5420 and Snapdragon 800 versions of the Note 3. All variants will feature 3GB of RAM.
After Samsung was accused yesterday of gaming benchmarks in order to obtain better scores for the Galaxy S4, the Korean company issued a vague response that fails to provide a credible explanation.
MediaTek and Samsung are both preparing to launch their first true eight core processors, but do we really need so many cores, and will handset manufacturers leap at this new technology?
Following Qualcomm’s and Apple’s lead, Samsung is working to replace the ARM designed Cortex processor cores in its next generation of Exynos processors.
Is this a good move by Samsung or should it stick with ARM designed cores?
There have been octacores out there before, but there was always a caveat preventing them from being true 8-core processors. MediaTek has changed all that.
One of the of the big improvements brought by Samsung’s new Exynos 5 Octa (5420) SoC is a brand new six-core Mali T-628 GPU. The advance in graphics performance over last year’s chips is clearly visible in a video comparison.