Apolodor, 27 Jul 2017Yea keep puting single core/dual core gpus and I will buy a 400 euro galaxy midrange that can ... moreI second that. No issues with my S6. Dropped the phone many times, no damage to the device or display. Only the internal film that reflects lights on the back has been loose. Can easily correct that with a skin.
Yea keep puting single core/dual core gpus and I will buy a 400 euro galaxy midrange that can handle only 30fps in most games and in youtube( no matter how horrible gfx would be) . Seriosly s6 is far better even after 2 years. And price droped to 375euros in my country. Better buy s6 than A series 2018.
I wish they design the Exynos to work with US markets. They have a far superior DAC, better compute power, and just seem overall better. Too bad it's thanks to Verizon and Sprint for still using crappy CDMA technology.
Samsung still using 7870 in Mid-Range products like J7 2016.. Can we get the Snapdragon 660 at least? Exynos is sheet.
Peter-B, 27 Jul 2017Ah.. it sounded too good to be true. I'll update the articleThank you for the response! But my comment was deleted without any reason. I was just intended to update the article with correct information!
Samsung is joking. 14nm... A53... , and nougat 7 next year with high price, while there will be android 8 out, A-55 out and 10nm socs everywhere...
Kangal, 27 Jul 2017What was the amendment, Peter?
PS, aren't the Mongoose cores just a slightly revised A72 co... moreThe sources posted a new tweet saying that the 7885 is on a 14nm process, not 10nm as originally stated.
As for mongoose vs. A72/A73, I can't say. Samsung is mum on how much it changed.
Peter-B, 27 Jul 2017Ah.. it sounded too good to be true. I'll update the articleWhat was the amendment, Peter?
PS, aren't the Mongoose cores just a slightly revised A72 cores? The Cortex A73 should be more efficient.
2018 Galaxy Tab A with S-pen :
- Exynos 7885 / Mali-G71
- at least 3gb of ram.
- ~10 inch 3:2 (1920x1280) PLS laminated display!!!!! No AMOLED please (and probably won't happen on a budget device) because Samsung devices always maintain at low PWM unless they set to 25Khz.
Aww sweet! :D
Seems promising, they finally begin adding A7x cores to mid range as the previous A series all were underperforming at their price. But why did they go back to the less efficient G71?
[deleted post]Ah.. it sounded too good to be true. I'll update the article
People who read this article will probably wait till 2018 to get a midrange phone. Hahaha