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Here you will find the latest news and most recent developments on the Exynos 990, with regular updates and all the information you need.
While 2020 might have been a year to forget for Samsung's chipmaking division, the company wants to let everyone know that it has learned its lesson. How else would you explain the fact that its latest product teaser has been made entirely out of Exynos 990 hate? Namely, the video that you can view below […]
Samsung was more than happy to benefit from its rival's misfortune across numerous segments.
The Exynos 1080 was announced last week, and it is Samsung’s first 5nm mobile chipset. Usually, the South Korean tech giant debuts its latest fabrication process with its flagship processor, but this time the company decided to debut the 5nm process with its mid-range chipset. And this step alone could mean a drastic change in […]
Samsung has described the Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) as a product that contains only those features that real users value in its latest unboxing advertisement campaign. In other words, it's a phone designed for fans – reason why it's called the Fan Edition – and according to Samsung, the Galaxy S20 FE meets the fans' expectations […]
We had confirmed the existence of the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition and revealed its color variants two months ago. Since then, some of its features and specifications have been leaked. The upcoming smartphone is expected to be a spiritual successor to the Galaxy S10 Lite, and its first press render was leaked last week. Now, an […]
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 outperformed the Exynos 990 by a huge margin, but Samsung isn't losing hope.
The Exynos vs Snapdragon debate shows no signs of abating anytime soon. The Exynos 990 that powers the Galaxy S20 series in most markets is inferior to the Snapdragon 865 that Samsung used in markets like the US, China, and its home market. And, for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung […]
Nearly half a year after receiving its DOA label, the engineering horror that is the Exynos 990 is still a part of our daily discourse.
There's only one winner in an Exynos 990 vs Snapdragon 865 comparison and it's not Samsung. Its chips have not been able to match their Snapdragon counterparts over the past few years. This chasm significantly grew with the Galaxy S20, so much so that it caught the attention of consumers who may have otherwise not […]
The Snapdragon 865+ was recently announced by Qualcomm. This chip is expected to power select variants of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra that will be released in a few markets like the United States. Samsung will use its own Exynos chip elsewhere like it always has. However, reports suggest that the […]
It used to be that the thing Samsung's most loyal fans used to complain about a lot was software updates. One could cut the company some slack. It launches dozens of smartphones every year and not only do they require software support, but the dozens released in the previous years also do so as well. […]
Samsung gave us a statement which essentially says there's no Exynos 990 vs Snapdragon 865 performance gap, but that's just not what the reality is.
The Exynos vs Snapdragon debate has heated up again. Several reports have highlighted the differences between the two chipsets with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 edging out Samsung's Exynos 990 processor. It's evident that in the Snapdragon 865 vs Exynos 990 fight, Qualcomm has emerged on the top. Samsung continues to sell both Snapdragon and Exynos variants […]
Samsung was quite late to the party in equipping its phones with high screen refresh rates. While smaller brands like ASUS, OnePlus, and Razer started offering screens with a 90Hz (or faster) refresh rate as early as 2017, the South Korean smartphone giant stuck to the usual 60Hz on Galaxy flagships. With its 2020 flagship […]
There has always been a debate about the performance difference between Samsung's Exynos process and its equivalent Qualcomm chip. Samsung has historically used both for different variants of its flagships. Most markets got the Exynos-based flagship while a few got the one with Qualcomm's processor. In what might be considered as an abject admission, a […]