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.
Galaxy Note III. Previous reports and benchmarks revealed Qualcomm's quad-core would be under the hood, but today SamMobile has confirmed it will indeed be the 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800, along with 3GB of RAM. This phone will be a beast.
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.
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.
Huawei has just announced and begun sending out media invites for an upcoming beauty event taking place in London, where we expect them to showcase their latest and greatest smartphone for 2013. Stating that they'll be celebrating beauty, glamour and inspiration on June 18th in the city that embodies them all - London. So what will we see? Read on to find out.
GALAXY S 4 smartphone. Set to hit carriers in the U.S. like US Cellular, AT&T, T-Mobile and others over the next few days and weeks, but over in South Korea that 8-core model is about to be released.
Samsung Twitter account. Confirming the companies impressive Exynos 5 Octa 8-core mobile processor not only has support for LTE, but all 20 4G LTE bands currently being used around the globe. Our first thought immediately was why aren't they offering this in their GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone.
YouTube running smooth? The answer would be a no. While we don't know exactly what to expect in the foreseeable future, Qualcomm and MediaTek apparently won't be dropping Oct-core SoC's this year.
Samsung Galaxy S IV smartphone is still a bit of a mystery for now, but we'll be learning all the details on March 14th for the official Samsung Unpacked Event. While we wait, a few more rounds of rumors are beginning to surface that has our interest piqued. New reports state the US model will be powered by Qualcomm's quad-core Snapdragon 600 series processor, while the Europe model will enjoy that new 8-core chip from Samsung.