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  1. Android News

    Samsung's upcoming SoC to be named Exynos 9810

    Samsung is planning to reveal a new SoC this year, but the name of the chip hasn't been known - until now. The 10nm chip will apparently be named the Exynos 9810. The information was accidentally revealed by one of Samsung's SoC Verification Intern on LinkedIn
  2. Android News

    Xiaomi's 'Pinecone' mobile chipset will be unveiled on February 28

    Xiaomi has confirmed that it will be getting into the mobile chipset business. The company has announced that the "Pinecone" SoC will be unveiled on Beijing on February 28th.
  3. Android News

    Samsung aims to produce 7nm chips in early 2018

    A report from South Korea suggests Samsung is currently working on 7nm technology for SoCs. This would result in lower power consumption and improved performance. The company supposedly targets an early 2018 timeline to start mass production.
  4. Android News

    Huawei's Kirin 960 processor officially unveiled with 180% faster GPU and better power efficiency

    Huawei has unveiled its new Kirin 960 which uses a 16nm manufacturing process. The chip includes four Cortex-A73 cores and four low-powered A53 cores. The Kirin 960 is also the first to use the new Mali-G71 MP8 GPU. The new GPU is 180% more powerful than the Mali-T880. Huawei is expected to use...
  5. Android News

    Samsung is the first to start production of a 10-nm SoC

    Samsung has started production of its new 10-nanometer SoC using FinFET technology and advanced 3D transistor structures. While other chip manufacturers will be stamping out 10-nm chips in the coming months, Samsung appears to be the first to do so. The new 10nm chip has a 30 percent increase in...
  6. Android News

    CPU frequency scaling explained by Android Authority

    If you want to know more about CPU frequency scaling or get a better idea of how mobile processors work, Android Authority has pulled together an in-depth view of the topic.
  7. E

    LG and Intel Partner to Develop an SoC

    Reports out of Korea say that Intel and LG have finally come to an agreement to develop a 14nm FinFET SoC together. The two companies allegedly started talking about said partnership around the beginning of last year and it seems they have finally hammered out the details.