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Samsung unveils next-generation 8nm Exynos silicon

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It's pop-AI but tailored, fans




How many crypto chips do you need to sell to boost the companies profits that much?

Eddy Ito Silver badge

Re: Cryptos

It also probably had a lot to do with the high price of bitcoin earlier this year.

Anonymous Coward
Anonymous Coward

And look who's bringing up the rear, Intel.


How's the phone calls sound?

jonathan keith

Never mind that; how good are the photos?

Headley_Grange Silver badge

Is it thinner? Can I fold it?

Kevin McMurtrie Silver badge

Probably not bad if you can click away all of the Samsung pop-up advertisements in each stock app.

big_D Silver badge

Phone calls

It's a processor, not a phone, so it is irrelevant. It is only once it is plugged into a phone that that becomes relevant, and that is dependent on the quality of the microphone (nothing to do with the chip), the speaker (nothing to do with the chip), the circuit board(s) (nothing to do with the chip), the controlling software (minimal influence from the chip) and the ENF smog (partial influence from the chip)...

Voland's right hand Silver badge

is it going to have a decent open source video driver?

Ugh... Mali... I had to deal with the one shipping with Exynos 5 when installing Debian on my chromebook. Nightmare video adapter. The published drivers are usually totally out of date so one has to deal with fbdev

Anonymous Coward
Anonymous Coward


Has there been a surprise Drop-IN from the Tiny Malaysian Semiconductor Concern?

Intel is quaking at the double of their 7nm competition.

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