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Samsung is working on a 8-core chip for tablets and smartphones

Written By Su Hadma on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 | 1:14 AM

The organization Samsung ideas in early 2013 to give an 8-core cell processor, designed for use in tablets and smartphones. It is envisioned that the Company will exhibit the new item at the convention ISSCC (San Francisco, 17 - 21 February).


Concept of chip technology will be ARM large.Little. This configuration involves inserting a single crystal of a weak processor, reduced energy use, and a lot much more potent. The initial will be assigned easy tasks: history, e-book, audio output, and the second - CPU-intensive duties such as surfing the web in the networks LTE, games, and so forth.

NVIDIA has utilised this configuration in the ARM-processor Tegra three (to conserve power use an auxiliary reduced-voltage main, complete a simple activity).

In accordance to EETimes, Samsung will share the new 28-nanometer "system on a chip" into two clusters on the 4 cores: a single with low-electrical power 1.two-GHz ARM Cortex A7, the second - with main Cortex A15 (one,eight GHz and 2 MB L2- cache).

AndroidHeadlines believes that originally the manufacturer will launch a light-weight version of the processor (for a smartphone Galaxy S IV), which may possibly also be composed of two clusters, but the two-main (two two A7 + A15). Total model of the same (4 +four), according to the site will come somewhere in the center of 2013 and will be applied in the new Galaxy Tab tablets and Galaxy Observe.

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