The most leaked smartphone in recent history is finally here, and it has already shown itself to be a big hit with the masses. Let's see what's hot, and what's not with Samsung's latest.
Ever wonder why Samsung's chips are only found in Samsung devices? According to the South Korean government, it's because Qualcomm has been pressuring Samsung and barring it from competing.
Samsung has just unveiled the Exynos 9 Series 8895 system-on-a-chip. This 10nm chip is the SoC that will power the upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship and it comes with some very powerful features.
Despite hints that variants of Samsung's next flagship smartphone would pack the Exynos 8895, a new SoC part of a new Exynos 9 series could instead be featured, according to a tweet from the company.
Samsung Electronics will purchase Harman International Industries for $8 billion in a deal set to clear in mid-2017. Harman is best known for connective automotive technologies and audio brands.
Samsung has confirmed today that it has started mass-producing 10nm chips, to be used in upcoming devices like the Galaxy S8. Samsung is also rumored to be manufacturing Qualcomm's Snapdragon 830.
Samsung will be building Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 830 chips, with the South Korean giant expected to utilize the SoC in its own Galaxy S8 flagship. This follows established historical trends.
Back in April, Samsung rolled out Marshmallow to the version of its Galaxy S5 with a Snapdragon processor in India - but Android 6.0.1 is finally available for those devices with an Exynos chip too.
According to a new report, Samsung managed to snatch another of TSMC's big clients. The South Korean company will build Qualcomm's upcoming high-end processors, the Snapdragon 820.
Back in May I had the chance to review the Samsung Galaxy S5, and as expected the Snapdragon-equipped phone performed fantastically. Today we'll take a look at the cheaper Exynos-based variant.
ARM has unveiled Cortex-A17 processor with support for big.LITTLE technology for use in mid-range mobile devices with a performance update of 60 percent over the current Cortex-A9 based devices.
An executive from ARM, attending the ARM Technology Symposia in Korea, has confirmed that Samsung will be launching a smartphone powered by 64-bit version of their Exynos processor early next year
More 'confirmed' information on the Galaxy S IV seems to be arriving on the scene. Among other things there's a rumored shipping date, outstanding specs, and wireless charging capability. Maybe.
At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Samsung has unveiled a brand new mobile chipset called the Exynos 5 Octa, which combines four Cortex-A15 cores with four Cortex-A7s for supreme battery life and performance
US buyers of the Galaxy S III may be denied its new quad-core Exynos 4 Quad processor, as a Samsung executive is quoted as saying that US versions will be sold with Qualcomm Snapdragon chips instead.
A week before Samsung launches its Galaxy S III, key specs appear in a benchmarking app, pointing to a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, 12MP camera and impressive performance for the new Android handset.
As the latest report claims that Samsung's Galaxy S III will have a ceramic back and 4.8" display, we take a look at what we can expect from the mighty new Android, and when it's expected to arrive.
Want to know exactly what is inside your smartphone? Look no further than this massive 7-part guide that goes over all of it. Today's section goes over smartphone processors and the system-on-a-chip