Samsung Moves Exynos 5 Octa (5430) To 20 nm, Focuses On Reducing Power Consumption

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I currently own the Samsung Note 2 and going to upgrade to Note 4 soon as it's released. So not sure if this chip will make it for Note 4 since it's going to be announced next month?
 

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With the amount of trouble they had making big.LITTLE work right, they would be better off going 8 big - between the die shrink, improved transistor efficiency, better clock gating, lower voltage and other improvements, they can probably afford it without taking much of a hit battery-wise.
 

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I currently own the Samsung Note 2 and going to upgrade to Note 4 soon as it's released. So not sure if this chip will make it for Note 4 since it's going to be announced next month?
The Note 4 will probably mostly use the Snapdragon 805. And according to those who knows, the Exynos 5433 in selected regions, which despite the very similar name to this SoC is a very different processor all in all.

http://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/exynos-5433-samsung-galaxy-note-4-benchmark-crushes-the-snapdragon-805-1254492
 

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Next year should be an interesting year for Intel Atom 14nm versus ARM
That is what I heard (excluding the 14 nm detail) in 2010 and again in 2011 and again in 2012 and again in 2013 and, I bet, I will hear again in 2015.


 
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