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Is Exynos not good?
Exynos 990 isn’t really that bad because it is comparatively less efficient and powerful compared to its rival in the Snapdragon which is far more powerful and far more battery efficient to be honest. The Snapdragon 865 also offered better graphics than the Exynos 990 and this also factored heavily into the decision.
Why does Samsung use different processors?
In short, First, it’s because Qualcomm blocked Samsung to sell the Exynos processor phone in the US through their patent agreement deal. Second, it’s because the Exynos processor allows Samsung to reduce the phone production cost and diversify its processor supply chain.
Which country made Exynos?
Exynos, formerly Hummingbird (Korean: 엑시노스), is a series of ARM-based system-on-chips developed by Samsung Electronics’ System LSI division and manufactured by Samsung Foundry.
Why do Samsung phones have different processors?
For 3 reasons, Samsung uses different processors. These are patent litigation settlement agreements between Samsung and Qualcomm, keeping the same phone model’s price same in different countries, and diversifying the processor’s supply chain. Let’s elaborate on each of these points.
What are the different versions of the Samsung Galaxy S8?
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has 11 models and variants. Generally the versions are the same device models with some different features and specifications, as the amount of internal storage, processor or just 3G/4G/5G frequencies that may be different depending on the country the Samsung Galaxy S8 is available to.
Why do Samsung phones have two different SoCs?
This is one of the reasons that even though the GSM/CDMA issue doesn’t exist anymore, Samsung continues its policy of having two variants of the same phones with different SoCs. It makes more economic sense for them and lets Samsung eke out higher margins by selling Exynos variants of its flagship phones.
What are the features of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+?
Black bezels and tint prints were applied on the front of the smartphone to hide the front sensors and other technical components, thus unifying the aesthetic of the device. Packing powerful performance and connectivity, the Galaxy S8 and S8+ feature the industry’s first 10nm chip.