The biggest proponent of ARM’s big.LITTLE architecture so far has been Samsung which announced it will be used in its Exynos 5 Octa. ARM has now announced that five more companies including CSR, Fujitsu Semiconductor and MediaTek have licensed the big.LITTLE architecture.
Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung, and many others, are all vying for that precious system on a chip spot on your phone’s circuit board, but which is the best?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 rumor mill has been grinding for a couple of months already, but it’s not yet at full throttle, so there might still be a while until the “next big thing” will become official.
We’ve recently heard about Samsung’s new octo-core processor, but just how far can this go? Is there any end in sight to the exponential growth we’re seeing in processor core counts?
Qualcomm’s CEO told the Chinese media that Samsung’s new smartphone chip is just a public relations stunt and that it can’t compete with their Snapdragons. Does he have a point?
Samsung’s brand new Exynos 5 Octa chip uses PowerVR graphics from Imagination Technologies. Last time this happened was 2010 with the original Galaxy S.
Did you happen to miss Samsung’s big announcement at the CES 2013 yesterday? If you got the time to spare, you can catch the magic unfolds right in your living room by viewing Samsung’s keynote presentation in its entirety.
The second Samsung keynote is currently underway in Las Vegas and the company already has a very interesting product to announce – one we suspected was coming – the Exynos5 Octa high-performance power-efficient big.LITTLE ARM-based SoC.