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Samsung Galaxy S5 rumored to pack 14nm Exynos 6 chipset

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Samsung Galaxy S5 rumored to pack 14nm Exynos 6 chipset - read the full textA report in Korean media has emerged, potentially shedding light on the CPU of the yet to be revealed Samsung Galaxy S5. Reportedly, next generation Samsung Galaxy S smartphone will pack an Exynos 6 CPU with 14nm architecture and 64-bit support. Along with 64-bit support, the next generation...

 

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  • 2013-10-22 11:31
  • Yeu0

I tipped off GSMArena about a new article that talks about 14nm processors, this time from Intel. 14nm processors are real.

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  • 2013-10-16 21:55
  • IHbK

> In reply to regs @ 2013-10-16 17:57 from 3NEx - click to readYou must be really smart. Samsung manufacture their own cpus and gpus under ARM's license and design. TSMC also holds the same license from ARM have not reveal their plans on 14nm. So others will likely to wait.

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  • 2013-10-16 18:47
  • vV5G

Samsung does not manufacture CPUs and GPUs for their Exynos. Instead they use ARM CPUs and GPUs manufactured mainly by TSMC. So, if Samsung will have 14nm ARM CPUs, then all the rest will have them as well.

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  • 2013-10-16 17:57
  • 3NEx

> In reply to gam30toronto @ 2013-10-15 19:59 from RXgS - click to readAnd based on the principle of what you give is what you get if Apple is copying from others that gives others the right to copy from Apple.

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  • 2013-10-16 14:31
  • njMc

> In reply to gam30toronto @ 2013-10-15 19:59 from RXgS - click to readAnd based on the principle of what you give is what you get if Apple is copying from others that gives others the right to copy from Apple, that's how justice is made.
Happy now ? :)))

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  • 2013-10-16 14:08
  • njMc

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-10-16 10:18 from M3s@ - click to readThey never said it was a marketing gimmick. They've always had the capacity to roll their own. Don't be an Apple fanboy and make stuff up.

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  • 2013-10-16 11:47
  • 4vK3

> In reply to AgentZachs @ 2013-10-15 11:22 from KsMn - click to readYes, yes. Most likely need every byte of it too. There are also other reasons for using 64 bit other than increasing memory capacity past 4GB.

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  • 2013-10-16 11:03
  • X3t2

Apple leading the way again.
I though samsung said 64 bit was a marketing gimmik lol

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  • 2013-10-16 10:18
  • M3s@

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-10-16 05:17 from pT4y - click to readI love Spiderman. No!!!!!!!!

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  • 2013-10-16 07:20
  • IHbK

> In reply to gam30toronto @ 2013-10-15 21:38 from RXgS - click to readI'm going to say this... leave this comment section because everything you just said was so wrong that it gave spiderman cancer.

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  • 2013-10-16 05:17
  • pT4y

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-10-16 01:35 from njMc - click to readYou are entirely right, but I think we can chill now. At least for now.

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  • 2013-10-16 02:08
  • 4QSR

And even if Apple steals something and others steal that stolen thing from them it's not Apple's property what they have stolen since that didn't belong to Apple in the first place but it was just a stolen product to start with.

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  • 2013-10-16 01:52
  • njMc

> In reply to gam30toronto @ 2013-10-15 19:59 from RXgS - click to readSo your point is that if Apple steals something from an inventor and others steal the same thing from the same inventor that means others steal it from Apple even if Apple isn't the inventor ?

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  • 2013-10-16 01:35
  • njMc

And since ARM is the inventor of the ARMv8 64-Bit CPU architecture they give the rights to whom they want to produce their 64 bit CPU's by licensing those architectures to others and not Apple.
ARM might have first given the right to produce these CPU's to Samsung since that is stated in the news and not to Apple. ARM with the help of TSMC had produced the first ARM Cortex-A57 64 bit CPU in a news dated 04/02/2013 on xbitlabs.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/o...hnology.html

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  • 2013-10-16 01:14
  • njMc

As it has been stated in the news on October 31, 2012 the initial licenses of the ARMv8 64-Bit Processors have been given by ARM to the following companies Samsung, AMD, Broadcom, Calxeda, HiSilicon, and STMicroelectronics, so there's no Apple being mentioned in here.
http://www.tomshardware.com/ne...7,18834.html

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  • 2013-10-16 00:38
  • njMc

If one steals a product from a store then others steal the same product from the same store it's not like others have steal from the person who stole it first instead they stole it from the store. The same thing is with technology if one company licenses an architecture from the inventor ARM in this case and it produces a CPU then others license the same architecture from ARM to produce their own CPU's it's not like they steal from the first company that licensed it first, this is absurd.
And btw Samsung might have had licensed the ARM v8 64 bit architecture before Apple did but developing an quad or octa core 64 bit CPU on a 14 nm takes considerably longer than developing a dual core on 28 nm obviously.

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  • 2013-10-16 00:01
  • njMc

> In reply to gam30toronto @ 2013-10-15 21:38 from RXgS - click to readLol. And the main cause for their comment of "hoping for useful comments and being disappointed" has to be the one to reply....to add to the wound you even go on a jealous non sense rant.
Priceless.

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  • 2013-10-15 23:49
  • 4QSR

Anonymous, You have a Nokia Lumia and you're always complaining on samsung, and now you are defending it?... LOL u r a troll

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  • 2013-10-15 23:44
  • j8wI

> In reply to gam30toronto @ 2013-10-15 19:59 from RXgS - click to readAnd again you're night getting it and contradicting your claims or not being sheep.
It was a gimmick. They system cannot and probably never will utilize it by It's limitations.
SAMSUNG and others never said 64bit was a gimmick. It's this version of iPhone and IOS using that is a gimmick.
And again It's not copying. It's a rushed feature just to be first at expense of it forever being half baked. Nobody else brought it cause it want time
But if you want to call it a copy then sure...but everything else they have to offer is a copy.
And only waycom digitizer is a gimmick? You sure love to prove how little you know here over and over.

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  • 2013-10-15 23:41
  • 4QSR

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