Samsung is currently the largest smartphone maker in the world. However, the South Korean company has recently made some mistakes that should not be repeated. Which is why Samsung is now planning to take a big step towards independence, as it is known from Apple.
Samsung wants to develop its own Galaxy processor
Samsung smartphones are often equipped with Exynos processors, at least in Germany. It’s actually a chip that was developed specifically by Samsung for its smartphones – at least that’s what we thought until now. In fact, it shouldn’t be so. The individual parts of the company that are involved in development should not be so closely linked. It is a modular system which is not well coordinated. Recently, an AMD GPU was added, which was considered a revolution. Instead, Samsung has one for you There was a small scam with the throttling of 10,000 apps, but it’s all about to change (Source: news 24,
Exactly what Apple wants Samsung is now developing its own processor, which is specially optimized for Galaxy smartphones. Samsung wants to remove the scandal surrounding App Throttle and has presented this as a solution to the misery. Past Exynos processors haven’t covered themselves in glory for years. There were issues with performance, heat build-up, and excessive power consumption. With newer, truly proprietary processors, these problems should no longer arise. At least that’s what Samsung promised in the staff meeting.
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The trend is to have your own processor
If a smartphone maker develops its own processor, it can completely customize it as per its requirements and does not have to compromise. We’ve seen this at Apple for years, but recently on Google also with Tensor Chip. It enables artificial intelligence capabilities that never existed before. This step will be extremely important for Samsung to revamp the brand image. Oppo is also developing its own processor. It will be exciting to see the possibilities this creates.
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