CptPower, 12 Jun 2019They will. Soon or later Huawei will make everything own. Starting from scratch in chip fabrication at this point in time is impossible no matter how much money you throw at it.
Dealler, 12 Jun 2019Huawei chips are made by TSMC. They don´t fabricate it, unlike Samsung.They will.
Soon or later Huawei will make everything own.
I would like to see Huawei making SD865 not Samsung,
Compared to Qualcomm exynos is crap just a one quarter inch better from mediatek.
Stondec100, 12 Jun 2019This is a really ignorant statement. How does the USA lose from Samsung gaining business in an... moreSure they won't lose business, but it is just an excuse for the loser to admit that China is better when it comes to 5G and other technologies.
Seem obvious who not gonna get those SD865 early; everyone. This look like going to be exclusive to Samsung again being the first phone to release with it.
anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Yes, and the loser here is the US.This is a really ignorant statement. How does the USA lose from Samsung gaining business in an area where Samsung has already been doing business for years.
What's the point? Samsung is not even selling SD chip-based phones to the Asia market.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Samsung needs to start using Snapdragon chipsets in all models of it's phones, at least the fl... moreWell with the Exynos now on the rise on both CPU and GPU sides now, I think we could stick with Exynos for a bit longer.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019TSMC has completed development of tools required for design SoCs that are made using its 5 nm ... moreNice info!
Source for more info(i like this sort of data)!(yeah i like to know more about fab process!)
Paras u like , 11 Jun 2019That was then, but now SAMSUNG has the most advanced 7nm EUV of all, TSMC doesn't even have EU... moreTSMC has completed development of tools required for design SoCs that are made using its 5 nm (CLN5FF, N5) fabrication technology. And its alpha customers (which use pre-production tools and custom designs) had already started risk production of their chips using its N5 manufacturing process, which essentially means that the technology is on-track for high-volume manufacturing (HVM) in 2020.
TSMCÂ’s N5 is the companyÂ’s 2nd generation fabrication technology that uses both deep ultraviolet (DUV) as well as extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography. The process can use EUVL on up to 14 layers (a tangible progress from N7+, which uses EUVL on four non-critical layers) to enable significant improvements in terms of density. TSMC says that when compared to N7 (1st Gen 7 nm, DUV-only), N5 technology will allow chip developers to shrink die area of their designs by ~45%, making transistor density ~1.8x higher. It will also increase frequency by 15% (at the same complexity and power) or reduce power consumption by 20% power reduction (at the same frequency and complexity).
KEW, 11 Jun 2019Hmm. Is this related to shifting US technology to non-chinese countries? The sanctions game?Taiwan is kinda another country. According to USA at least
Techtonic, 11 Jun 2019FYI 845 was built by Samsung 10nm LPPThat was then, but now SAMSUNG has the most advanced 7nm EUV of all, TSMC doesn't even have EUV
Gone are the days where 20nm TSMC Apple chip beat 16nm SAMSUNG made Apple chip in power effeciency,thermal efficiency and performance
SAMSUNG has a massive lead small node fabrication
KEW, 11 Jun 2019Hmm. Is this related to shifting US technology to non-chinese countries? The sanctions game?Yes, and the loser here is the US.
Hmm. Is this related to shifting US technology to non-chinese countries? The sanctions game?