if other brand phone used 830 , did people still said using samsung chip ?
like ..."oh sony , using samsung chip " ... or "oh htc , using samsung chip"
If all these couldnt still top the performance of the apple custom soc. Shame on both!
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2016Even iphone processor made by Samsung..Yup
Even the first 64bit was on Samsung's Exynos base
The real title:
'Samsung to produce and develop all the Snapdragon 830 chips on Samsung's own 10nm process'
I made it right for you.
mir, 05 Oct 2016Any good news on the improvement of batteries? They don't seem to make much leaps apart from a... moreThey are planning to make more efficient soc, not only faster. Just lower the clock down and you will get more battery life
naap51d, 05 Oct 2016I'm sorry! THIS is not "innovation". Another overpowered processor that is NOT needed. Oh, i... morePeople like you will force them to make a better products. It's all about time brother.
I'm sorry! THIS is not "innovation". Another overpowered processor that is NOT needed. Oh, if you want to play the benchmark game of my phone is faster than your phone, so be it, but, this is not what we need. In 07, when the iPhone came out, that was a game changer. Since then, we've had nothing but faster and faster phones. How about folding displays, or displays that unscroll, 3D screens, or something that is another game changer. Nope, faster processors, smaller batteries, HIGHER PRICES. Sorry, not buying it!
Samsung play clever here,
They know that US media propaganda and authorities are fighting with them.
So they must cooperate with some big US company to have some peace on the US market. And feed some US company.
Not that Samsung couldn't manage to produce their own even better Exynos for US.
To play with US is not so easy.
xoXXo, 05 Oct 2016remember the SD810, the "overheated" better-known SoC? remember the big battery fail in the No... moreDo you know ignorant that SD810 was not Samsung made? Even Samsung refuse to use it.
Do you know ignorant that it was Samsung that fix the next SDragon SoC overheating?
xoXXo, 05 Oct 2016remember the SD810, the "overheated" better-known SoC? remember the big battery fail in the No... moreGrow up, don't predict blindly. If they work together, there is a higher possibility of getting better product than past.
remember the SD810, the "overheated" better-known SoC? remember the big battery fail in the Note7??
Now we gonna get a explosive SD830, it be more powerful than Hiroshima explosion if this become true!!!
Intel is the way to go now...if Qualcomm do this kind of thing i never buy a Qualcomm phone again...brands is losing quality, and sammy is the worst those days, and now Qualcomm are doing a wrond decision because they will be a big error and now i can compare to Windows!!! Windows XP is good, VIsta dont, 7 excelent, 8 and 8.1 dont, 10 is superb....
now with snapdragon we get: 800 good, 801 not good, 805 good, 810 dont, 808 good, 820 not so good, 821 perfect and the 830 will be a complete disaster!!!
ErcballSamah, 05 Oct 2016Dont forger about intel. They are going to produce 10nm process as wellWell, Intel certainly has more power over the creation of CPU's than Samsung does, especially with Altera being part of them. In 2008, transistors were made at the mindblowing scale of 1nm, using carbon rings. The smallest CPU ever made was IBM, last year, a full fledged 7nm CPU. I think we wont see CPU's below 5nm before 2021-2022, commercially speaking. Might happen and it might not happen at all. Also, some manufacturers claim theyr fabrication processes may be 14nm for example, but it may be based on a 16nm process, which is quite the funny thing if it gets out xD!
mir, 05 Oct 2016Any good news on the improvement of batteries? They don't seem to make much leaps apart from a... moreyou and me both are waiting for this sadly every year people scream that battery life is fine and our chips are getting even more powerful, meanwhile batteries are still too thick(still in centimeters vs nm of socs)
, still not dense enough and still relatively unsafe, still discharges too quickly, still takes too long to charge, still has bad life time/cycles all of these im saying are bad relative to the advancement of chipsets
Dont forger about intel. They are going to produce 10nm process as well
Exynos is better nonetheless. Samsung should allow top tier brands to use the Exynos chip once again, and im not talking about clunky region-stationed chinese manufacturers. Blackberry, HTC and even LG with Exynos chip, would be such a blast (The new Nexus phones with an updated Exynos 8890 would be divine tough)! Huawei wouldnt let go of theyr in-house Kirin chips, altough theyr not good in terms of graphic chips implementation. Or alternatively, let us make Apple manufacture CPU's for everyone out there xD! Would certainly make them insanely fast tough...
Anonymous, 05 Oct 20165nm jesus christ even 10nm sounds unattainable let alone 5nm we might see this in 20192019??? 7nm is already in the works for next year by global foundaries we can expect 5nm by 2018 or who knows maybe we will just stop at 7nm by next year for a very very long time
Any good news on the improvement of batteries? They don't seem to make much leaps apart from a few more mah every year.