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Latest Mobile Processors

Unbelievable gaming experiences
Exynos is built for the future of mobile gaming. Equipped with custom AMD chipsets and AMIGO (Advanced Multi-IP Governor) technology, you’lll experience lagless video and razor-sharp graphics performance. Harnessing the power of GPU and Advanced Multi-IP Governor technology, Exynos processors deliver immersive, lag-free gaming and mixed-reality experiences that rival consoles and PCs.
Unlock cutting-edge mobile performance
Optimized to enhance processing speed and power efficiency, Exynos processors’ CPUs bring exceptional single-core and multi-core performance to smartphones, delivering next-generation mobile experiences.
Lasting battery life
Exynos delivers longer battery life with enhanced energy efficiency, letting you preserve battery power for when you really need it. The processor’s main IPs are designed for power, performance and superior energy economy, so you’ll go further on every charge.
Smarter, more intelligent AI
Exynos processors are built to provide the intelligence required for next-generation mobile experiences. Featuring best-in-class NPUs, they enable more powerful on-device AI performance with remarkable efficiency.
A new way to capture the world
Capture incredible content with intelligent multi-camera experiences. From AI-powered camera features to stunning low-light shots, Exynos’ advanced ISP sets a new standard for mobile photography.
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FAQs

  • A mobile processor, also called application processor, powers mobile devices like smartphone, tablets, etc. Unlike the processor used in PCs, mobile processor is highly power efficient and embeds various key processing units such as CPU, GPU, NPU, ISP, Modem, etc.

  • As multitasking on a smartphone has become a norm, multi-core CPU with clock speed of over 2GHz would suffice most of user's daily activities. For hardcore gamers, much higher clock speed nearing around ~3GHz would be recommended.
  • RAM and processor both help improve smartphone's overall performance. With more RAM, smartphone is able to perform multi-tasks or run more apps in the background and with powerful processor those tasks and apps are performed faster.
  • No. Mobile processor is soldered on to the phone's motherboard with a ball-grid array(BGA).
  • In general, octa-core, with more cores available, would be better at running multiple apps than quad-core configuration. However, performace will also depend on which CPU cores, such as newest or legacy, big or little, are used to configure eight or four cores.
  • In general, more advanced process node helps in improving the processor's performance and power efficiency. For instance, when compared to 7nm, 5nm process will offer 20* percent lower power consumption or 10 percent higher performance. However, as both premium and low-end mobile processor can be built on 5nm, process node by itself does not represent overall performance.

    (*source: Samsung Foundry news
    https://semiconductor.samsung.com/global/newsroom/news/samsung-successfully-completes-5nm-euv-development-to-allow-greater-area-scaling-and-ultra-low-power-benefits/)
  • A number of cores or GHz speed alone may not represent overall performance of the processor but it’s a good place to start. After that, you can look into other key features of the mobile processor such as GPU, Modem, ISP, etc.

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