Samsung’s new ARM chips will achieve record speeds for smartphones

Samsung and ARM announce that their current partnership will continue. Both firms work closely together in the manufacture of processors for the Korean firm, which has one of the most advanced production processes on the market. Its next generation will already be manufactured in a 7-nanometer process. So we expect great performance from these new chips from the company.

Samsung’s new ARM chips will achieve record speeds for smartphones

As a result of this collaboration, processors will exceed the 3 GHz speed in high-performance cores. This would break the record set by the last Exynos at 2.9 GHz.

Samsung and ARM continue to work together

Much of this success is due to ARM’s Artisan Physical IP platform. Thanks to it, its advantages will be applied to Samsung’s 7-nanometer processors. And then those made in 5 nanometers. Production of the former will start in the second half of this year if all goes well. So they should be on the market next year.

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Samsung has taken the lead over many of the companies in the industry, as there are firms like Intel that are currently not even in 10-nanometer processors. This is why the firm is being one of the most innovative in the market so far. As a result of this collaboration with the ARM.

As a result of this collaboration, processors will at some point reach and exceed the 3 GHz speed in high-performance cores. This would break the record set by the last Exynos at 2.9 GHz.

Samsung and ARM continue to work together

Much of this success is due to ARM’s Artisan Physical IP platform. Thanks to it, its advantages will be applied to Samsung’s 7-nanometer processors. And then those made in 5 nanometers. Production of the former will start in the second half of this year if all goes well. So they should be on the market next year.

Samsung has taken the lead over many of the companies in the industry, as there are firms like Intel that are currently not even in 10-nanometer processors. This is why the firm is being one of the most innovative in the market so far. As a result of this collaboration with the ARM.

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At the moment it is not known when they will reach the market, most likely in 2019, but we have no dates. Nor is it known which models of the Korean firm will make use of them. Although it is possible that they are the Galaxy X and/or Galaxy S10.