Exynos 8895 processor

Samsung released a press statement on February 23rd that it started mass production of Exynos 8895 (Exynos 9 Series 8895) processor last month. And the good news is that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is likely housing this new processor, when released in April.

Reports suggest that Galaxy S8 will be the first to rock this new Exynos 8895 processor. Key specs of the flagship device due to the processor are up to 1 Gbps and 150 Mbps downloads/uploads capability, faster processing and power efficiency. The smartphone will enclose a 64-bit CPU created by Samsung itself alongside the ARM Mali-G71 GPU.

The Exynos 8895 processor integrates a high-performance LTE modem, developed using a 10 nm FinFET process. FinFET is used to generically describe any fin-based, multi-gate transistor architecture regardless of number of gates, especially for microprocessors. Samsung’s new 10 nm FinFET technology allows creation of semiconductor devices that have a three-dimensional structure rather than a planar one. This confers improved performance and reduced power consumption of the processor. Performance is improved by up to 127%, while power consumption 60% better than the previous 14 nm process. So, irrespective of battery capacity, Galaxy S8 may turn out to be a power efficient smartphone.

Exynos 8895 processor will make the Galaxy S8 snappier in terms of data transfer. It is the first processor to integrate a gigabit LTE modem with up to five carrier aggregation (5CA). It delivers fast and stable data, with a max of 1 Gbps (Cat.16) downloads with 5CA and up to 150Mbps (Cat.13) downloads with 2CA.

The design specs of the Exynos 8895 chipset includes an octa-core processor unit. There are four of Samsung’s 2nd generation CPU cores dedicated for improved performance while the remaining four Cortex®-A53 cores are for power efficiency. Faster computing using this new chipset will allow for a wide range of applications use, such as artificial intelligence and deep learning.

Other benefits of the new Exynos 8895 processor are video recording with resolution of 4K UHD at 120 fps and high quality video processing. The latter enhances image quality for Virtual Reality (VR) applications at 4K resolution. Security feature-support has similarly been beefed-up.  The Exynos 8895 processor has a separate CPU for enhanced biometric security, video tracking and image processing. These are good for secure mobile payments and protecting personal information.

Samsung will announce the official launch and release dates for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ at MWC 2017 next month.

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