Clock Speed Details Of Exynos 7880 And 7650 Detailed – Impressive Processors Will Be Found In Smartphones

Omar Sohail
Posted Oct 19, 2015
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Previously, we spoke about the three different Exynos chipsets that Samsung was working on, with Exynos 8890 being the successor of the company’s powerful Exynos 7420. This time, we will be covering details of the mid-ranged chipsets from Samsung so let us take a look at their specifications.

Exynos 7880 And 7650 Both Possess Impressive Processors Packaged Together In ARM’s big.LITTLE Setup

According to a source, both Exynos 7880 and 7650 are going to feature octa-core processors. While the source does not state the amount of cores both SoCs are going to feature, Snapdragon 620, which will serve as these chipsets’ competitor, also features an octa-core processor. Coming to additional details of the Exynos chipsets; both of them are going to be fabricated on the 28nm process, making them less efficient than chips processed on the advanced 14nm FinFET technology. However, both of them will be able to deliver impressive performance thanks to the following details.

Exynos 7650

  • Quad-core Cortex-A72 running at 1.7GHz
  • Quad-core Cortex-A53 running at 1.3GHz
  • Mali-T860MP3 running at 700MHz (will possess three GPU cores)
  • LPDDR3 running at 933MHz (14.9GB/s)

Exynos 7880

  • Quad-core Cortex-A72 running at 1.8GHz
  • Quad-core Cortex-A53 running at 1.3GHz
  • Mali-T860MP3 running at 700MHz (will possess four GPU cores)
  • LPDDR3 running at 1066MHz (17.0GB/s)

While there is only a slight difference between the clock speeds of the quad-core Cortex-A72 processor present in both chips, the rest of the performance will be coming from the remainder of the hardware mentioned above. In terms of comparing the previous generation SoCs, the upcoming ones are a worthy upgrade, meaning that consumers purchasing mid-tier handsets in the future will be able to experience much better performance.

Samsung Is Adamant to Gain Back Trust of Consumers for Its Smartphones

Furthermore, since both upcoming Exynos chipsets are fabricated on the 28nm process, they will be cheaper to make, and if Samsung is able to keep a control on the pricing elements of its mid-ranged family of smartphones, then it could pave the way for the South Korean tech giant to finally getting back into the game. Samsung’s Exynos 8890 is going to deliver performance and efficiency on a whole new level, eclipsing its predecessors by miles. According to different reports, the company’s flagship SoC is a powerhouse, as leaked Geekbench benchmarking shows that it dominates in both the single-core and multi-core test results.

Naturally, we will be treating all this information with a grain of salt and wait for more information to update you guys with. After taking a look at these specifications, are you excited to see the upcoming Exynos lineup of chipsets? Let us know your thoughts.

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