Samsung Exynos 8890 Gets An Infograph To Show To The World How Awesome It Is
Exynos 8890 is going to be one heck of a chipset, as we detailed when it was officially announced. In fact, Samsung is so impressed with its own efforts, that it has decided to release a detailed infograph of the SoC, which you will be able to see below.
Check Out All The Details From Samsung’s Exynos 8890 Infograph
When Samsung had originally made the announcement of its Exynos 8890, details state that the SoC was made on the 14nm FinFET LPP technology, which is the same kind of technology that Snapdragon 820 has been processed under. There are more than a few differences that create a barrier between Exynos 8890 and 7420, which was obviously expected. There are more than a few differences separating this chipset and Exynos 7420, with one major highlight being that the upcoming SoC is going to be 30 percent faster and 10 percent more efficient when compared to its predecessor. The press release concerning the infograph states the following:
“Samsung’s new Exynos 8 Octa processor is a leading-edge system on chip (SoC) for next-generation mobile devices, built on 14nm FinFET process technology. The Exynos 8 Octa integrates modem and application processor (AP) on a single chip. Utilizing Samsung’s first custom-designed CPU cores, the processor delivers high performance and power efficiency, while its graphics processing unit (GPU) enhances 3D graphics capability. The embedded LTE modem enables a new level of mobile experience such as seamless video streaming and fast data sharing, thanks to the industry’s most up-to-date data transfer rate. See what you can expect from the Exynos 8 Octa.”
This chip also supports enhanced heterogeneous multi-processing for efficient usage of the eight cores. In case you were wondering, four of its cores are custom developed while the remaining four belong to ARM Cortex-A53. Naturally, Galaxy S7 is going to be the first ever smartphone to sport the high-performing SoC and we can expect new benchmarking barriers to be broken. Have a look at the infograph and tell us what you thought.