The core design will be ready to launch next year
Samsung not only wants a firm hold on the electronics industry with its vast range of products in the portfolio but also wants to control its own supply chain. The Korean giant doesn’t want too much dependence on other companies and it strongly believes that it can design as well as build their own components.
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With the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, the company took the biggest step towards their ideology of lesser dependence with featuring of their very own 64-bit Exynos 7420 octa-core processor. This being done even for the US market was a huge milestone because the Qualcomm Snapdragon had become increasingly common in the country.
Despite these efforts, the internal design cannot entirely be credited to Samsung because they have used the stock ARM designed core processors for their own Exynos 7420. In comparison, others in the field such as Qualcomm, NVIDIA and even Apple’s A series don’t make use of the ARM design for their custom core which they prefer designing themselves.
It has been years since the company has been working to achieve its own 64-bit core design and after 4 years of hard work, it would finally be ready to use in 2016. Right now the Galaxy S7 series appear to be the most probable option for the featuring of these new cores along with the future Galaxy Note 5 and Note Edge.
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Samsung has given enough evidence that it has the required production capacity and so far it has been sufficient for not only Samsung’s own devices but for other manufacturers too which have been using Samsung-made components since a while now.