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Microsoft Surface Duo: All you need to know about the dual-screen Android phone

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Should the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra be the last Galaxy Note?

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Google Pixel 4a vs Pixel 4 camera shootout: Budget vs flagship

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OnePlus 8 users can try Oxygen OS 11 with always-on display (Gallery)

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Xiaomi says Mi Mix Alpha is no more, but new Mi Mix is coming

Xiaomi's CEO also said that Xiaomi is still working on developing its own chipsets.
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Samsung Exynos processor guide: Everything you need to know

Here's everything you need to know about the Exynos processors inside Samsung smartphones.
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What is an SoC? Everything you need to know about smartphone chipsets

Essentially, an SoC is the brain of your smartphone, but how does it work?
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Samsung’s new CPU could be a scorcher (but we might never see it)

Samsung's custom CPU unit may have been shut down, but that didn't stop it from showing off a new CPU.
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The smartphone CPU arms race is about to heat up again

2021 Android smartphones will close the gap on Apple. But what if some Android phones are much faster than others too?
Robert TriggsJune 3, 2020293 shares

Samsung’s latest chipset might be the most power-efficient of 2020

Samsung's latest processor has two major design choices that could make it the most frugal chipset of the year.
Hadlee SimonsJune 2, 2020768 shares

Arm Mali-G78 and Mali-G68: More cores for more performance

Here's everything you need to know about the Arm Mali-G78 and Mali-G68 GPUs heading to smartphone chipsets in 2021.
Robert TriggsMay 26, 2020210 shares

Arm Cortex-X1 and Cortex-A78 CPUs: Big cores with big differences

Arm Cortex-X1 and Cortex-A78 CPUs promise improved performance and energy efficiency for next-gen smartphones.
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Does Moore’s Law still apply to smartphones in 2020?

There have been numerous predictions about the end of Moore's Law. So let's see if that's true.
Robert TriggsMarch 7, 2020294 shares

Ditching custom CPUs is the right call for Samsung’s Exynos

Samsung is abandoning its custom Mongoose CPU design inside its Exynos mobile processors, which is probably for the best.
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