SoC model aims at mid-range smartphone segment but has some advanced features.
Exynos 7904 is produced on a 14nm process and has 8 CPU cores divided into two parts: two powerful Cortex A73 cores clocked at 1.8GHz and 6 cores with energy saving Cortex A53 running at 1.6GHz.
Exynos supports Cat12 standard high speed LTE network modem for theoretical download speeds of up to 600 Mbps. In addition, the chip’s IPS image decoder is capable of responding well to one of two options: a 32MP resolution camera or a lower resolution three-camera but supports more advanced features term: optical zoom, wide angle, video recording capability is also in line with current standards: Full HD 120fps or 4K 30fps.
According to the manufacturer, Exynos 7904 will meet most of the current tasks including multitasking, smooth touch touch and high-speed Internet connectivity.
Samsung’s mid-range SoC model has begun to be mass-produced and is expected to soon have a Galaxy machine running Exynos 7904 right in 2019.