Like many other smartphone manufactures, Xiaomi is set to launch its 2017 flagship Android device sans Qualcomm’s flagship chipset. Reports out of China claim that the Xiaomi Mi 6 will not initially ship with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, with the system-on-chip instead being included in a revised edition of the handset.
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During a recent tech forum, there was an interesting comment made by MediaTek Chairman Tsai Ming-kai, that could turn out to be a revealing slip of the tongue. Speaking with Journalists, Tsai seemingly confirmed that MediaTek has won business from Samsung.
Samsung is reportedly looking for a new supply of GPUs to use with its in-house Exynos chipsets. The South Korean electronics company currently deploys Mali GPUs, which are developed by ARM, but apparently is now seeking a replacement.
Reports have emerged that Samsung is testing a staggering-quick new Exynos chipset. The Exynos 8895 has apparently been built on a 10 nm process and can deliver a maximum clock speed of 4 GHz.
Qualcomm has announced the latest addition to its line-up of chipsets. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 has been expected for some time, and will offer a 10% improvement in performance over the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
ARM-based processors are dominant when it comes to Android devices, particularly in the case of smartphones. Intel has made serious attempts to gain a significant slice of the market, but the company has not enjoyed the kind of progress it once hoped for.
Intel Bay Trail is an impressive system-on-chip platform for tablets, which does a good job of achieving high performance for a relatively low cost. What’s more, the Bay Trail platform does not require a lot of power, meaning impressive battery life figures can be achieved.