Samsung prepares Exynos Dual 5 processor

Samsung processors are among the fastest in the world when it comes to smartphones but despite the success of the Exynos 4, powering the Galaxy S III smartphone, Samsung is currently working on its successor. Expect more power and capabilities – but packed in just two cores instead of four!

Yes, the upcoming Samsung Exynos 5 will boast just two cores and will be based on Cortex A15. The dual-core specification shouldn’t dishearten you though – the Exynos 5 will come with the new Mali T-604 GPU. The combination will allow mobile devices to support amazing 2560×1600 WQXGA screen resolutions, Wi-Fi external display support, USB 3.0, and the faster LPDDR3 800MHz RAM. The Exynos 5 will also consume 30 per cent less power courtesy of Samsung’s latest 32 nm High K Metal Gate manufacturing process.

Samsung Exynos processor

Unfortunately the new processor is not expected to come out this year but once it hits the market it will surely provide more power and fun to its users.


Source: Pocketnow.com

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