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Samsung officially unveils the new Amaaljha Exynos 8 Octa
It unveiled Samsung on Thursday in the South Korean capital, Seoul, for “Aksenoz 8 Oocta 8890” Exynos 8 Octa 8890, which is the next generation of processors that are used in high spec smartphones.
The new processor, which the company said it produced in accordance with the three-dimensional manufacturing process known as FinFET with its own 14-nanometer technology, access to Samsung in the field of custom-made cores.
The advantage of the processor Exynos 8 Octa format quad-core nuclei of beta ARMv8 64 mesh to deal with the bulk of the performance, while the rest will be carried out on the processor tasks to be carried out from four other nuclei of the type of Cortex-A53 before.
The advantage of the new processor, which is a 30% increase in performance, bearing the name of “linking Samsung coherent” SCI for better interaction between the two groups separate from the nuclei technique. This will not adversely affect battery life. On the contrary, according to Samsung, which said that more efficient in energy use by 10%.
It has a processor Exynos 8 Octa Moudma integrated 12/13 supports fourth-generation LTE networks that provide download speeds of up to 600 Mbps category.
Similarly largely newly announced processor Kirin 950 from Huawei, the new Samsung processor, which did not announce his speed, type of graphics processor Mali-T880 offers 12 includes a nucleus.
And supports Exynos 8 Octa new screen resolutions up to 4K UHD, which comes at a resolution of 4,096 × 2,160 Kassala or screens precisely 3,840 × 2,400 Kassala, which alludes to the potential high resolution smartphones specifications that may be adopted, with the current processor Exynos 7420 supports such res.
It is noteworthy that the disclosure of the new Samsung processor comes after less than 24 hours of the declaration of Qualcomm for the latest processors Snapdragon 820, which is the best performance of the network and battery life and superior Thrbh games.Viewing:-116
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