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12-24-2019 03:52 PM
MonarchX What changed in 5G encryption? Is it more secure?
12-20-2019 07:13 AM
alawadhi3000
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post


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That's not a rebrand, there are two versions of the Tab S, one with Samsung's own Exynos CPU (I own one) while the other is Snapdragon.
If I remember correctly only the US LTE version comes with Snapdragon, all other markets are Exynos.
12-20-2019 03:45 AM
speed_demon
Quote: Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post
Exynos line are their own chips, they don't rebrand.
Tab S3 and later are all using Snapdragon CPUs, S2 had a few version with Snapdragon as well.


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12-20-2019 03:36 AM
alawadhi3000
Quote: Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post
But Samsung is also stopping development of their Exynos CPUs so I am not sure that is relevant anymore? Their CPUs were never that great either, there is a lot more to a CPU design than the process.
The stopped development on their custom CPUs, so they will just use ARM designs after the last custom CPU (Exynos 990) releases in Q1 2020.
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
I had a Galaxy Tab S with the Exynos chipset and the CPU was nothing more than a snapdragon SOC with some small tweaks made to it and rebranded as a Sammy product.
Exynos line are their own chips, they don't rebrand.
Tab S3 and later are all using Snapdragon CPUs, S2 had a few version with Snapdragon as well.
12-19-2019 06:07 PM
speed_demon I had a Galaxy Tab S with the Exynos chipset and the CPU was nothing more than a snapdragon SOC with some small tweaks made to it and rebranded as a Sammy product.
12-19-2019 04:36 PM
Asmodian
Quote: Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post
Samsung had 7nm EUV chips out for a while now in the International version of the Note 10.
But Samsung is also stopping development of their Exynos CPUs so I am not sure that is relevant anymore? Their CPUs were never that great either, there is a lot more to a CPU design than the process.
12-19-2019 11:22 AM
alawadhi3000
Quote: Originally Posted by Defoler View Post
And of course TSMC are first to push EUV 7nm+.
Samsung had 7nm EUV chips out for a while now in the International version of the Note 10.
12-17-2019 11:17 AM
bucdan It's amazing how far ahead Apple put their chips in the competition. Same instruction sets as everyone else, but even out performing the owner of said instruction set to the point where it seems ARM is following Apple's lead on their usage of the ARM instruction set; I guess getting Jim Keller to work on the project helped a lot. Aside, S865 seems to be a decent upgrade, but it feels.... half baked, like Qualcomm's focus isn't on this chip but the next one.

I'm curious to see where AMD and Samsung are going with their partnership.
12-17-2019 08:54 AM
WannaBeOCer Benchmarks are out for the Snapdragon 865: https://www.anandtech.com/show/15207...p-android-2020
12-17-2019 03:41 AM
Liranan
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Yet many new phones still use dated SoCs for higher profit.
My phone (Redrice/Hongmi Note 7) uses an SD660, which is outdated compared with the latest chipsets but also only cost around €150. Who can complain about the performance at such a price? However, Oppo are famous for using mid range in their higher end phones, which is one reason I won't buy their phones.
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