Samsung is very proud of the latest mobile chipset it's created. And to prove this to the world, the Korean company has just released an infographic that's all about the recently unveiled Exynos 8890. This will be one of the SoCs employed by the upcoming Galaxy S7 models, so everything that Samsung's packed into the 8890 will impact the mobile world very soon indeed.
The company boasts that its custom CPU core used in the Exynos 8890 brings with it 30% more performance and 10% better energy efficiency when compared to the Exynos 7420 from last year's flagships. As for the built-in LTE modem, it supports Cat.12 download speeds (up to 600Mbps) and Cat.13 uploads (150Mbps maximum), so it's ready for the networks of tomorrow.
I´ve no idea how much cost to update from an old android to a newer version, but what I can't understand is the reason for not been available the option on google play to update de OS, even if we have to pay but at least have the option. Think,...
Is performance really matter for Androids? What about software and updatings? Nothing chance in the android worlds.
Really, you need a fast phone? Why?