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[Exynos 5 Octa] ARM big.LITTLE Overview and demonstration

Samsung Semiconductor has posted a video which provides an overview of ARM big.LITTLE technology and shows an operating demonstration, based on a Cortex-A15 and Cortex-A7 processor in a big.LITTLE configuration can provide optimum performance and reduce energy consumption. ARM big.LITTLE technology is being used in Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa SoC.

(Source: Samsung’s YouTube page)

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cedricbooboo
cedricbooboo

Octa core or not i will definitely buy for this!

bebo1987
bebo1987

@Maik82
Not necessarily. They can still put in a better Exynos 5250 (dual core A15s like in Chromebook + nex10) but w/ an updated Mali GPU and still gain some performance advantage. This big.LITTLE concept are probably confusing you lot. It’s about total efficiency, not 8 cored full CPU power. And don’t forget that so far strong rumors suggests that the dated PowerVR SGX 544 will be used instead of newer Mali ones so that’s another food for thought.

khushman06
khushman06

I find it hard to believe it is 70% more battery friendlier, thats a high number

TomeeX
TomeeX

Maik82 I think so too and seems octa will not be in SGS4,unfortunately.
no octa?! bye sgs4?!

WettPooh
WettPooh

If Galaxy S IV does not have the octa cpu it will be a failure

Smokun
Smokun

My s3 is getting into a piece of trash.

devilnv
devilnv

Nice way to test new cpu’s