Samsung has simply formally unveiled the Exynos 8890, which is the corporate's newest and most superior chipset. The Exynos 8890 is predicted to power the 2 variants of the Galaxy S7 that's anticipated to be launched subsequent yr, which might be the subsequent flagship smartphones of the corporate after the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Nevertheless, a new rumor is already circulating that considerations the simply introduced Exynos 8890, with the rumor claiming that a totally different version of the chipset might be used to power one other variant of the Galaxy S7.
Samsung is claimed to be planning a Galaxy S7 Premium Edition, an excellent spec'd version of the smartphone that may solely be bought within the firm's house nation of South Korea. The rumors state that the Galaxy S7 Premium Edition may have a 4K display, together with a dual-lens camera module that's manufactured by Sony.
It's also stated that the Exynos 8890 might be powering the Galaxy S7 that might be launched in all markets, anticipate in america and China, the place Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 will probably be used within the units. The Exynos 8890 will use the Mali-T880 as its graphics processor with 12 cores, however in line with the rumors, the Exynos 8890 for the Galaxy S7 Premium Edition will pack a Mali-T880 version with 14 cores.
ARM confirmed that the graphics processor might pack as much as 16 cores, which might give a bit extra credibility to the rumors.
The rumor's source is a submit on the Weibo social network, which isn't actually a idiot-proof source of data. A Galaxy S7 Premium Edition with 4K display and a 14-core GPU can be an awesome smartphone, however it isn't completely positive that the rumor is true at this level.
Samsung, nevertheless, has launched improved variations of its flagship units up to now, with the instance being the Galaxy S5 Prime. This may imply that the thought of the Galaxy S7 Premium Edition isn't as farfetched as some might imagine.
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