Samsung has unveiled a new “premium mobile processor” that could power the company’s next-gen flagship phones — at least in some markets. The company has a habit of releasing phones with Qualcomm Snapdragon chips in the US while using its own Exynos processors in other markets.
Anyway, the new Samsung Exynos 990 seems like a significant step forward in just about all respects.
It’s a 7nm processor that Samsung says should offer a 20-percent overall performance boost over the company’s previous-gen processors thanks, in part, to a new “tri-cluster CPU structure” with:…
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