It looks like Samsung is going to use its proprietary Exynos processors not only in smartphones.
As reported by our colleagues at SamMobile, Koreanthe manufacturer develops a special processor for laptops running the Windows operating system. The chip will be built using Samsung's 5-nanometer EUV process technology. It will be based on the future flagship SoC Exynos 1000, which should receive a new Cortex-X1 core.
Unfortunately, when SoC is announced, informationnot yet. Perhaps it will debut along with the next version of the Galaxy Book S. By the way, now only Qualcomm is releasing ARM chips for computers with Windows operating system on board. We are talking about the Snapdragon 8cx, Snapdragon 8c and Snapdragon 7c processors.
Recall that Samsung will hold on August 5online presentation. It will show the flagship Galaxy Note 20 line, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Buds Live headphones, the new Galaxy Fit fitness tracker and the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch.
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