Just when Samsung is yet to crack the nut and prove its prowess with Exynoss 7 series chipsets, there is big news that has emerged. There has been quite a lot of talk about Samsung planning to drop the Snapdragon 810 chipset and put the company’s home baked Exynos 7420 chipset, into its upcoming flagship handset the Samsung Galaxy S6. The recent reports from the industry show that the company is working on two more 7 series chipsets the Exynos 7890 and the Exynos 7650. This information has been provided by popular tech website PhoneArena based on a LinkedIn profile that it received.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 has been built using a 20nm process and now the reports claim that these two Exynos 7 series chipsets will be built on the 14nm process. Qualcomm too is said to shift this year to the 14nm process. It would be great to see the company coming out with more powerful devices with these new chipset baked in them.