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Samsung teases Exynos quad-core mobile chips ahead of MWC

Samsung teases Exynos quad-core mobile chips ahead of MWC

Among several new mobile chips we'll be seeing at Mobile World Congress next week, will be Samsung's new Exynos chips. The company teased the first samples at the ISSCC event this week and is expected to showcase two of these next-gen processors at MWC. Although one of the models still uses quad ARM Cortex-A9s, it's built on an improved 32nm process, which should mean both faster speed and longer battery life.

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Linaro and Samsung offer devs Origen board with Exynos 4210 chipset

Linaro and Samsung offer devs Origen board with Exynos 4210 chipset

Linaro and Samsung have announced that they have collaborated to bring developers of open source devices a new development tool packing some of the best Samsung hardware around. The new tool is a developers board called the Origen board that runs the Samsung Exynos 4210 chipset that lives inside some of the most popular Android devices on the market like the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone. The chipset uses the multi-core Cortex-A9 CPU inside along with DDR3 RAM.

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Samsung 2GHz phone “by next year” as Exynos takes on Tegra 2

Samsung 2GHz phone “by next year” as Exynos takes on Tegra 2

Samsung is looking to challenge Qualcomm's Snapdragon and NVIDIA's Tegra 2 with a significant processor push that will take chipset speeds to 2GHz and broaden availability across manufacturers. According to a Samsung exec quoted in the Maeli Business Newspaper, the company intends "to release a 2GHz dual core CPU-equipped smartphone by next year," going on to suggest that the handset "will have the data processing capacities of a regular PC."

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Is Samsung Using Tegra 2 or Exynos for New Galaxy S II?

Is Samsung Using Tegra 2 or Exynos for New Galaxy S II?

Early on at the 2011 Mobile World Congress, Samsung and NVIDIA made an announcement that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be made with NVIDIA's Tegra 2 SoC (I9103). They also announced that they would be working on a new superphone based on Tegra 2. But at Samsung's press conference, we saw the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Galaxy S II, using Samsung's Exynos SoC (GT-I9100). There was no mention of NVIDIA or Tegra 2. Why would Samsung use Tegra 2 when it already has a Exynos-based smartphone?

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 details leaked: GS6 eclipsed

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 details leaked: GS6 eclipsed

Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 has been revealed in early images depicting the device as a very close hardware relative of the Galaxy S6. This means glass back, a rounded metal rim, and a very high quality camera. In the images of cases as posted (likely out of embargo) to auction sites internationally and passed on to SlashGear anonymously, we see that this device is just as similar to the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy Note 4 was to the Galaxy S5. One mirrors and out-does the other.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active hands-on vs Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active hands-on vs Galaxy S6

Today we compare the Galaxy S6 Active to it's slightly less active counterpart, the original Samsung Galaxy S6. These devices are very similar where it matters most - in their cameras, their software, and their displays. The places where they're different is in their ability to handle the elements. Hence the name - Active. There's also carriers to think about. While the Galaxy S6 is available through most any carrier you like, the Active iteration is only available in the United States through AT&T. If you cannot roll with that, you cannot roll with this.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active released as AT&T exclusive

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active released as AT&T exclusive

This morning the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active was revealed by AT&T, the exclusive carrier of this product inside the United States. This product will be offered in three relatively unique colors: Camo White, Camo Blue, or Gray. This phone will be released in a fashion similar to previous "Active" devices, coming with features very similar or identical to that of their Galaxy S6 brethren, same processor, same camera, same display. Wireless charging is also in play here, as evidenced by AT&T's pushing of the official Samsung Wireless Charging Pad in a bundle deal.

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Samsung battles Galaxy S6 Edge vs iPhone 6

Samsung battles Galaxy S6 Edge vs iPhone 6

Samsung makes the Galaxy S6 Edge look more futuristic than the iPhone 6 in a simple video presentation. The following spot has a bit of information about the iPhone 6 and a bit of information about the Galaxy S6. What it serves to do is not just compare specifications, but to compare the feel - and the intent - of the devices. Since it's made by Samsung, it should be clear that it's skewed in that direction, but still - it's interesting without a doubt. Experience this edge and decide for yourself.

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Samsung accidentally leaks AT&T Galaxy S6 Active specs

Samsung accidentally leaks AT&T Galaxy S6 Active specs

Clerical error or cunning marketing ploy? Whatever your take on Samsung US' latest blooper, the fact remains that it "accidentally" published the support page for a certain SM-G890AZWAATT, a.k.a. the Galaxy S6 Active for AT&T. Although the manufacturer quickly took the page down, the Internet never really forgets. Which means that details of the rugged variant of Samsung's hit 2015 flagship is now available for everyone to see, though, truth be told, there isn't really anything yet to surprise us in this particular smartphone model.

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