Every next generation of mobile devices offers its users more power, and comes primarily from mainstream processors. Many smartphone manufacturers buy them from external vendors, but some rely on their own hardware. This is what Samsung is doing, which is planning further work on the development of Exynos chips.
The resignation of the installation of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Snapdragon 810 processor went out to Samsung for good. His own Exynos 7420, which was on board the new flagship of the Korean concern, proved to be the most efficient chip on the market, leaving rivals far behind.
But Samsung is not enough and, according to the latest reports, the next-generation 2.3 GHz Mongoose working system, instead of the standard Cortex-A72 cores, is going to be developed by its own engineers. They say they are very efficient when the rumors are that a test using one Geekbench benchmark has shown remarkable performance. The processor scored 2200 points, about 45 percent more than the current chip.
But before we start to get excited about the forthcoming arrangement, I have to point out that all these rumors are just gossip. But if there is a grain of truth in it, then Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S7 will receive new processors entirely manufactured by Samsung.