Ice Universe: Samsung is working on a new 8nm processor

Samsung might build a successor to the Exynos 9610 SoC presented last year. To launch the indiscretion is the Ice Universe leaker – a rather reliable source especially when it comes to Samsung – which on Weibo has let itself go to a detailed description of the characteristics of the new mid-range processor.

According to the information released, the Samsung Exynos 9710 will be equipped with four Cortex-A76 cores with a maximum frequency of 2.1 GHz and as many Cortex-A55 1.7 GHz cores for all those operations that do not require large computing capacities.The information concerning the production process, which should be performed at 8 nm to the full advantage of the ability to combine performance and efficiency: the best SoCs on the market such as Snapdragon 855 is Kirin 980 they are made at 7 nm.

The GPU instead should be a Mali-G76 MP8 with a maximum frequency of 650 MHz. It is the first time we talk about Exynos 9710, so we can expect other news over the next few days.

Source: Droidholic

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