The Samsung Galaxy S9 will be used 7 — and 8-nm SoC

The Samsung Galaxy S8 used single-chip system Qualcomm Snapdragon and Samsung Exynos 835 8895, which are produced using 10-nanometer technological process. Version with Exynos 8895, mostly sold in South Korea.

According to new data, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be used 7 — and 8-nanometer SoC. The new Exynos SoC will be made using an 8-nanometer process, while Qualcomm plans to produce a new SoC according to the norms of 7 nm. This process is considered more energy efficient and economical in General.

The source adds that signing a contract with Samsung for the production of 835 Snapdragon, Qualcomm approved the desire of the Korean company to use at least half of the goods for Samsung Galaxy S8. As a result, the market there is a shortage of Snapdragon 835.

As we already reported, Samsung Electronics was unable to obtain orders Qualcomm to release ICS on the norms of 7 nm. They went to TSMC. But Samsung still plans to use the Samsung Galaxy S9 as SoC Exynos of its own production, and a new mobile platform Snapdragon, if it is to meet expectations.



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