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Samsung to announce new Exynos Infinity processor at MWC, possibly 64-bit

The Galaxy S5, like all of Samsung's flagships, is expected to usher in a newer and faster version of the company's Exynos mobile processor. Until now, this newer chip has been called the Exynos 6, but it looks like it will actually be call…

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EXCLUSIVE: Galaxy S5 specs confirmed, Galaxy S5 mini and S5 Zoom also in the pipeline

Ever since rumors surrounding the Galaxy S5 started to evolve from faint rumblings to full-blown tremors, there have been multiple questions raised about Samsung's next flagship smartphone. Will it be made of metal or plastic? Would it be p…

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Report: Samsung to announce new Exynos S chipset at CES 2014

With each new Galaxy S flagship comes a new and improved Exynos chipset, and recent reports have suggested the Exynos 6, an evolution of the Exynos 5 and the first Samsung chip to use 64-bit processing, will be officially shown off at CES i…

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Report: Samsung Galaxy S5 to have 4GB of RAM along with 64-bit processor

More rumors are cropping up about the 64-bit Exynos processor that Samsung is expected to debut with the Galaxy S5. According to a new report by the Korean media, the 64-bit processor, the first of Samsung's Exynos 6 series of chipsets, wil…

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Samsung’s application processor market share goes down, Exynos isn’t helping

Apart from selling the highest amount of smartphones than any other mobile manufacturer, Samsung is also a major force in the component business, which includes application processors (AP), with the Korean manufacturer even building the pro…

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Samsung Galaxy S5 to be powered by 14nm “Exynos 6″ processor with 64-bit support?

Last we heard, Samsung was working on new mobile chipsets that would use a 20nm manufacturing process, in order to offer better performance and efficiency than is possible with current 28nm chips. Now, a report from DDaily claims that Samsu…

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