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Samsung unveils its own “True Octa-core” processor




Almost two month after MediaTek announced the world’s first “True Octa-core” processor, and lambasted the Samsung’s chip in the process, the South Korean firm is back with a vengeance which comes in the form of the revamped Exynos 5 with HMP technology.

Unlike the previous build, Samsung’s newly announced ARM-based SoC is now able to utilize all of its eight processor cores thanks to a solution they coined Heterogeneous Multi-Processing.

exynos 5 octa

The engine still follows the same big.LITTE setup which consist four Cortex-A15 processors (big) and a quartet of Cortex-A7 (LITTLE) chips. Based on the task at hand, Samsung’s new HMP-equipped processor can either fire on all cylinders or go mellow and let the little ones handle simple tasks.

According to Samsung, the new and improved Exynos 5 Octa Soc is set to makes its debut on the last quarter of this year.
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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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3 Responses

  1. abuzalzal says:

    Octa core cpus do look good on benchmarks as it fully utilizes all existing cores, other than that, they are pretty much useless in everything.

    • Weh says:

      …like you, useless. :P

      Don’t just judge yet, apps and games that will utilize those cores at max is yet to come… whereas you’ll still be useless :D

      :P

  2. lol says:

    BRACE YOUR SELF QUALCOM’s octacore is comming

  3. Mr. Curious says:

    battery guzzler ;)

  4. diorarat says:

    Fancy. Pero may lte na ba?

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