Meizu MX3, for example, which is possibly the world's first smartphone to sport a large 128 GB internal storage.
revelation about Samsung's plans for bended and foldable displays for 2014 and onwards had you a wee bit curious, then these latest tidbits will probably make you intrigued even more. At its second Analyst Day, the Korean electronics manufacturer is spilling the beans on how it plans to keep itself on top of the competition in the years to come.
News out of South Korea suggests their new Exynos chipset will be a incredible 14nm, which would bring a host of desired features for mobile devices.
Apple's shiny new 64-bit mobile processor has got everyone talking for or against it and even long-time rival Samsung is apparently ready to jump into the wagon. This latest rumor reveals that the company will be showcasing a 64-bit processor in its upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone, but will be putting in a slight twist.
pitch and now we're seeing how well Samsung's new Exynos 5 Octa chip performs in reality now that it has gained Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP) capabilities. Samsung's latest eight-core chip is put to the test in this series of videos published by ARM, and the results are interesting indeed.
Samsung has just made an announcement that might rock the ARM processor world: a Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP) solution that will be applied to its Exynos 5 Octa core processors. This is practically the manufacturer's response to criticisms and alternative solutions being marketed by its rivals in the System-on-Chip manufacturing business.
processor, verifying rumors earlier this month about a new eight-core chip in the works. The System-on-Chip (SoC), which MediaTek dubs "True Octa-Core", is set to rival or even surpass Samsung's own octa-core offering, the Exynos 5 Octa chip which it announced at the beginning of the year.
teased the next iteration of its Exynos 5 Octa processor, rolling out an image promising that more details would be available "next week." Such was the case today, with Samsung rolling out the details for the new processor, revealing an increased clock speed and 20-percent power boost over the original version.
Samsung has begun teasing a new version of the Exynos 5 Octa processor. This is the processor currently found in some models of the Galaxy S 4, however it is also expected to be the processor used in the still-unannounced Galaxy Note III. We aren't expecting Samsung to announce the Note III until September, however this Exynos update is coming next week.