Lenovo-owned Motorola may be planning on unveiling two new mid-range gadgets with Samsung’s Exynos 7 Sequence 9610 processor below the hood. These smartphones are additionally prone to be part of Google’s Android One initiative, as per 91mobiles report. For a very long time now, Samsung has been approaching different OEMs to get them to make use of its Exynos chipsets. This transfer, if profitable, can put Samsung in direct competitors with Qualcomm, which provides to all the main smartphone makers.
At present, the one different producer who makes use of Exynos processors in its smartphones is Meizu. Earlier than this, a few of Lenovo’s gadgets have additionally used Exynos processors. Samsung at the moment garners the third spot within the cell processor trade, largely due to the big selection of smartphones it affords. Nonetheless, with extra OEMs onboard, Samsung might handle to provide Qualcomm and MediaTek robust competitors on this section. Nonetheless, it’s nonetheless only a rumor and might’t be confirmed for certain.
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Samsung unveiled its mid-range Exynos 7 Sequence 9610 SoC again in March 2018, with deep-learning primarily based picture processing help. Constructed for the higher mid-range smartphones, resembling Galaxy A-series, Samsung’s Exynos 9610 SoC is constructed on the 10nm FinFET course of, the chipset is designed to supply the correct mix between energy and vitality effectivity.
The Exynos 9610 octa-core CPU comes with 4 Cortex-A73 cores working at 2.3GHz and 4 Cortex-A53 cores working at 1.6GHz. The GPU is a Bifrost-based ARM Mali-G72, which Samsung claims to supply practical and immersive graphics.
“The Exynos 7 Sequence 9610 is our newest cell processor that delivers on added energy and velocity. However extra importantly, it units a brand new efficiency commonplace for high-end gadgets with its deep studying vision-image processing resolution and slow-motion video capabilities that change the way in which we have interaction with our cell gadgets,” mentioned Ben Hur, Advertising Vice chairman of Samsung Electronics on the Launch of Exynos 9610 SoC again in March 2018.