Anonymous, 18 Oct 2015Snapdragon 830 - good idea Samsung - worst idea Another apple fanboy. Besides smartphones, Samsung is doing a lot of R&D and everyone is benefiting from it, you should be grateful, fanboy --"
no body has smooth manufacturing line up for 10nm other than samsung....even apple order processors from Samsung... take it or suck it...
dude, 15 Oct 2015theory.. "moose" is wrong.. it ends at 7nm ...sry typo .
its moore law .
LLL, 15 Oct 2015What? They are planning and trying to do a "tick" and a "tock" within a ye... moreSamsung and tsmc are both working on it. But while it is planned to be finished second half of 2016 it will probably only be used in devices in 2017. Same way sd820 will be done by the end of this year (if it isn't 'done' already).
Then again they could be trying to edge closer to the iPhone release date slowly, would influence popularity probably.
What? They are planning and trying to do a "tick" and a "tock" within a year timeframe?
(Referring to Intel's tick tock cadence)
Not impossible but it is an ambitious endeavor surely.
Poet Technologies will be taking over once Silicon is tapped out....get ready for it
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2015If 830 already coming then what is the purpose of buying S820 device?
What a moronic system f... moreRapid progress is the name of the game in computing and the next big thing is always on the horizon.
You can bet Qualcomm are already in the very early stages of design planning for the 830's successor (840 if they keep this naming convention going) as well.
If 830 already coming then what is the purpose of buying S820 device?
What a moronic system for such company.
Anonymouses, 15 Oct 2015This is all according to Samsung business plan. 10nm already been made and shown by Samsung si... moreIt isnt moose law which says it cant .
Moose law is "transistor double the density per year" .
Quantum theory state that moose law end at 5nm .
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2015Using MOSFET, true. By changing the architecture and incorporating quantum phenomenon as part... moreMost of IEEE paper are basically theory anyway .
And the result is highly manipulable . I wrote some of it so i know =(
The 830 will most probably be out Q1 or Q2 2017 not second half of 2016, that wouldn't make sense as the 820 will be released Q1 2016.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2015Ever heard of pico?pico is smaller than the general atom size hence it won't work unless we change the whole thinking about it.
Can anyone explain this ..
if you upgrade your technology to SD830 so why first half of 2016 is treat with 820 ???
[deleted post]he/she was talking abt gimmicks in SoC and what else is a good example for a gimmick ;-)
This is all according to Samsung business plan. 10nm already been made and shown by Samsung since last May. Next will be 7nm and the last one will be 5nm. Moore's Law said it is impossible to get smaller than 5nm. That just how physics work. The smallest ever created by Korean is the 3nm by KAIST university. Then, we start using graphene to achieve the 1nm. After that, we achive 180 picometer using atom. Finally, we will be using nanotechnology to replace all of the above. That is when nanoelectronics comes in. 5nm is predicted to be used by 2020 so, nanotechnology will arrive somewhere around 2025. Smartphone will be as thin as paper. Graphene battery will replace the current poorly performing Li-ion battery. Graphene can be thinner and higher capacity with ridiculously fast charging. And I am glad I would still be in my late 20s when all this happen in by 2020s'.