A copy of what Snapdragon has done with some tweaks in build to be a bit faster. Boring...The same story every year... Only Apple is REALLY doing something
baron samedi isht, 23 Feb 2017on the article i read "4k 120 fps". so ur good with exynos 8895 bro.Don't get your hopes up. Even though the Exynos 8895 CAN support 4k video capture @ 120 fps , the SD 835 CAN'T. The Snapdragon 835 can only support 4k video capture @ 30 fps
So I doubt Samsung would make the Exynos Galaxy S8 support 4k@120 fps while the Snapdragon Galaxy S8 can only support 4k@30 fps.
Blame Qualcomm for that. Lol jk.
Someone Else, 23 Feb 2017Looks pretty powerful. Other than the things GSMArena listed, there are other things that make... moreMaybe note 8 will have 4k. They will surely put a bigger battery in note because only difference between note and s+ will be battery and stylus, then of course display. Stylus setup will eat up some precious space, so Samsung will be forced anyway to increase space. Secondly, stylus will require thicker chassis.
its on now lets who will reign as the king of the hill in the upcoming soc showdown. just hope lg would resume thier odin soc project as well and stop thuer fence sitting and jump into the frenzy. who are u rooting for snapdragon, kirin, helio, exynos or the new upcommer pinecone they all look so potent on paper lets see which one will suck most as well. :)
finally a mali GPU that can go neck to neck with the adreno 540 beast.
kirin and pinecone will alg ebhind in GPU dept.
although most users wont notice it unless doing high graphic intensive tasks
Maximum clock rates?
And looks like Samsung not did big effort. They simply tweaked mangoos for 10nm (if needed, I don't know) and they made last years processor on smaller node.
Looks pretty powerful. Other than the things GSMArena listed, there are other things that makes the Exynos 8895 even more impressive.
1. support 4K screen resolution
2. support for up to 28-megapixel front and rear-facing cameras.
3. support for a 28MP+16MP dual-camera setup.
4. features HSA, which means all its CPU cores can be active at the same time and share the workload depending on the situation
5. support for eMMC 5.1, UFS 2.1, and SD 3.0 storage solutions.
After stating all this, I can confidently say that I don't mind the Galaxy Note 8 having the same chipset.
Someone Else, 23 Feb 2017I think the iPhone 7 can record 4k 60 fps. Maybe.LOL
krystian, 23 Feb 2017Why would professionals use phones? There are actual cameras that can record video like that.... moreWhile it isn't important for you, it is much more important to other people. My phone is my main and only camera.
Someone Else, 23 Feb 2017I think the iPhone 7 can record 4k 60 fps. Maybe.unfortunately, it isn't able to do so. But I don't understand why it isn't able.
Californium252, 23 Feb 2017I really hope someone can deliver at least 4K 60fps video recording. We are starting to see 4K... moreWhy would professionals use phones? There are actual cameras that can record video like that. Just like my professional photographer friends use professional cameras. Smartphone cameras are for capturing things on the go. I have a great camera but use it once in a million, I don't want to pay extra for something that isn't that important to me. And I hope they don't drive prices of flagships up because of some silly niche sector.
Why don't they use their own strong chips, and let other oems use SD 835?
I really hope someone can deliver at least 4K 60fps video recording. We are starting to see 4K 60Hz monitors and i know its not for everyone, but professional variant monitors could benefit from these applications especially in the sensitive color industry. Our smartphones are truly wonderful, especially android flagship phones that dont have software issues.