Samsung Exynos 7 Octa

Samsung Exynos 7 Octa

Samsung has officially introduced its Exynos SoC 7 Octa. These are but actually only to the already known from the Galaxy Note 4 Exynos 5433. The SoC is based on the architecture ARMv8 – in contrast to the very similar name Exynos 5430 based on the ARMv7 architecture. Samsung probably wanted to distinguish the two chips each other more clearly and has therefore been renamed ado, the Exynos 5433 Exynos Octa to 7. The SoC is created in the 20-nanometer process and uses four cores based on the ARM Cortex-A54 series and four series of Cortex-A57.

In contrast to the Exynos 5430 the new Exynos 5433 / Octa 7 also introduces support for 64-bit. Thus, the processor Samsung could see Google Android 5.0 aka Lollipop to unimagined strength policy. As the GPU Mali-T760, which about 74% more performance than the Mali-T628 from the Exynos 5430. However, this is more power in the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is also required, as the display of 5.7 inches with 2560 x 1440 pixels dissolves.

This is so cool, in which devices Samsung Exynos Octa 7 installed the first time under this new name. Because the Galaxy Note 4 of this chip inserted while under its old name Exynos 5433 – but with disabled 64-bit support.

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