AnonD-85868, 10 Jul 2014Everything can change.
I still remmeber when the Exynos 4210 in GS 2 (and latter still able... moreA15?... ROFL... should not. If yes.. omg.. how to compete with Apple's A8 chip?
But see news first. Maybe its the more advance Cortex A 5x series.
Oh dear lord, Exynos again? And I am sure XDA devs won't support this as well? Damn! What's the point of having an Android with ZERO support? And especially when Samsung sucks with firmware upgrades!
I don't believe Exynos anymore. Why can't samsung stick to one version with all lte band enabled chip?
Cortex A-15 & A-7 are 32 bit cores
I think they would be A-57 & A-53 from Armv8 family
wow! more power and battery life worst by the day! amazing useless technology!
Everything can change.
I still remmeber when the Exynos 4210 in GS 2 (and latter still able to power one of the first 720 phone Note 1) was miles ahead the Snapdragon S3 (in HTC Sensation and Note 1 US version). After that, in GS3, people tried screwing "give me the Exynos one, not the Cr@pdragon one". In fact, the Exynos 4212 is still very good, especially in term of stability and thermal control (stress test proved). The problem of GS 3 international is 1GB of RAM, not the SoC.
But after the disaster big.LITTLE (which is because of ARM failure of this architecture as well as the Cortex A15), now people are screwing "give me the Snapdragon one", "Snapdragon is the best", or even "Snapdragon always better" (in face in the past it wasn't)