Samsung Exynos 7 Series 9610 10nm processor with AI features, 1080p 480fps slow-mo recording announced

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Samsung today introduced Exynos 7 Series 9610 processor, successor of Exynos 7885 that powers the latest Galaxy A8 and A8+. It is based on the 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology, and has eight-core CPU with four of Cortex-A73 CPU cores along with other four Cortex-A53 cores. It also supports slow motion video recording at 480 frames per second (fps), and has AI features such as vision image processing unit based on a deep-learning technology and image processing with a neural network engine for more intelligently enhanced face detection, as well as single camera out-focusing and augmented low-light images.  It also has advanced face detection feature that enables the camera to recognize faces that are either not facing forward or partially covered with objects like hair or a hat. With smart depth sensing, bokeh or out-focused portraits can be taken with a single camera. Through cleverly merging multiple frames, vision and image processing enhances the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and brightness that can improve pictures taken in low-light environments. Highlights of Samsung Exynos 9 Series 9810 SoC Based on the 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology Octa-Core CPU with 4x 2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 cores and 4x 1.6GHz Cortex-A53 cores ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU UFS 2.1, eMMC 5.1, LPDDR4x RAM Advanced ISP and MFC with …
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Samsung starts mass producing second-gen 10nm RAM

Samsung is now mass-producing the second generation of its 10-nanometer class 8Gb (read gigabit, not gigabyte) DDR4 DRAM, which will be the foundation for its future DDR4 RAM. The new generation of 10nm class RAM is about 10% faster and 15% more efficient than the previous one. The new 8Gb DD4 can operate at 3,600 megabits per second per pin compared to the 3,200 Mbps of the previous generation. All of this means that Samsung has a better base on which it will soon begin production of faster RAM to be used in smartphones, laptops, PCs, smartwatches and all sorts of smart…

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Samsung starts mass production of SoCs based on second generation 10nm FinFET process technology

Samsung announced back in April that its second generation 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology, 10LPP (Low Power Plus), has been qualified and is ready for production. Today the Korean giant has announced that its Foundry Business has started mass production of these SoCs based on second-gen 10nm process tech, 10LPP . This will be used in the Exynos 9 Series … Continue reading “Samsung starts mass production of SoCs based on second generation 10nm FinFET process technology”
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Samsung begins mass production of 10nm LPP chips for early 2018 phones

Samsung Foundry Business has begun mass production of chips built on the second generation 10nm FinFET process. This is a refinement on the current 10nm chips offering up to 10% higher performance or 15% lower power use. The new chips will be ready for early 2018 phones and become more and more available by the end of the year. Qualcomm picked TSMC over Samsung for the Snapdragon 845 so the first 10nm LPP chips out of the factory will likely be Exynos models as well as chipsets like the Snapdragon 670 (10nm LPP). Samsung’s S3 foundry in Hwaseong, Korea Samsung wants to continue…

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Snapdragon 670 rumored to be a 10nm chip with next-gen Kryo cores

The Snapdragon 660 is just barely getting a foothold on the mobile scene but rumors of its successor have started surfacing. Dubbed Snapdragon 670, this chip will allegedly come in early 2018 and be the first of the series to hit 10nm. Even more interesting, the chip will allegedly have an octa-core Kryo CPU – 2 high power cores (Kryo 360) and 6 low-power ones. Note that Kryo 360 would be a third-generation core, while the Snapdragon 835 and 660 use second gen cores (but they are split 4+4 in terms of high and low power). This new processor will use ARM’s DynamIQ tech, which…

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TSMC in mass production of 10nm ‘A11’ chips for Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’

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TSMC is reportedly churning out 10-nanometer "A11" processors for Apple’s "iPhone 8," which is likely to be announced early next month — even if a ship date is still nebulous.
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Exynos 9610 and 7885 leak: 10nm chips with Cortex-A73 cores and Mali-G71 GPU

A couple of months ago, a leak teased two new Exynos chipsets from Samsung Electronics. A new rumor revises the specs of one of those and adds a new chip into the mix. Exynos 9610 Now rumored to be a 10nm chip (not 14nm), the Exynos 9610 will feature an octa-core processor – four each of Cortex-A73 and A53, the big cores clocking up to 2.4GHz. The GPU has been revised to Mali-G71 (not G72, which would have been 25% more energy efficient). It may seem a bit strange that Samsung isn’t sticking to its in-house Mongoose cores, but this isn’t the top chipset – that will be the Exynos…

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Meizu Pro 7 appears on TENAA with 10nm Helio X30 chipset

Leak after leak, Meizu Pro 7 is inching closer to its launch on July 26. Several days before the official unveiling, the phone appeared on TENAA with most of the specs revealed. The phone will be the first with MediaTek’s 10 nm process chipset Helio X30. It is also going to be the first Meizu phone with dual cameras, employing two 12 MP IMX386 sensors by Sony. The listing confirms the secondary screen that can duplicate whatever is played on the 5.2″ main display, coming with Full HD resolution. The fingerprint scanner will double as a home button and will be on the…

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A10X Fusion chip in new iPad Pro first consumer device built on TSMC’s 10nm process

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Third party analysts have examined the A10X Fusion processor found in the new iPad Pro, and it has been confirmed to be the first chip in a device using TMSC’s FinFET 10nm chip fabrication process.
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