Next Exynos and Snapdragon flagship SoCs to adopt ARM's X1 high-performance core

18 September 2020
It's going to be one beast of a CPU.

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  • AnonD-754814

ypcx, 21 Sep 2020you may be taking this whole thing too seriously, Morsel. ... moreThanks for the advice and that's a nice one.
But you're wrong here again.
The thing is we're kinda in lockdown and Universities are still closed, group gathering is banned. Only thing to do is to practice Sports which I'm doing but can't do that all day. Can I ?
This type of tech thread might not be important to you but it is to me. I learned a lot from here(not just GSMARENA), from some people and mostly from when someone says something Try to dig out it a little more that enriched my knowledge further. It'll help me in future for my career.
You won't understand it.

AnonD-754814, 20 Sep 2020We're not here to listen to your rubbish lecture. Gi... moreyou may be taking this whole thing too seriously, Morsel.
try to get out more.

Anonymous, 18 Sep 2020I have to see it to believe it. If they use less efficient ... moreThe battery drain in Exynos was due to DIFFERENT node and DIFFERENT cores.

Next year Exynos and Snapdragon will be with SAME node and probably with same core (Qualcomm might do some minor modifications to their core).

There is a problem with these ever much better chips... they are not replacing the previous iteration at the same price point and the cost of the handset is getting ridiculous for a device that was traditionally not supported for more than 2 years. For the first 20 years of the digital mobile phone market (i.e 2G) the "flagship" phone each year stayed roughly the same price as the one the year before. In the last 5 years we have seen the top end flag ship dramatically increase year on year to the point it is far less mass market and expected by users to last longer before needing replacing... Apple were right to see the future in selling services not hardware as the handsets clearly were going to see longer gaps between replacement purchases. The mobile phone is turning into the PC, something that could be bought and last a decade for most users quite happily IF the software stays servicable.

  • Sorin

ypcx, 20 Sep 2020which devices? let me see. s4, s5, s8, s9+, s10+ ceramic... moreGet note 20 ultra all that gone perfect phone

  • AnonD-754814

ypcx, 20 Sep 2020which devices? let me see. s4, s5, s8, s9+, s10+ ceramic... moreWe're not here to listen to your rubbish lecture.
Give some links. Those old days other brand had small battery too.
The old S5 had almost the same endurance as P30(may be a bit better or worse).
GSMARENA also mentioned Galaxy S5's battery as "Impressive". Your ignorant headed word has no value against GSMARENA.

And about slow charging, Samsung 25W charger can charge faster than Huawei's 40W charger.
Still clueless about answering my challenge.
Which Huawei flagship has better endurance than Samsung note 10+ ?

You included P30 blindly. Man, How blind you are !
Or you're just ignorant ?
Go see both P30 pro and Note 10+ review here.

AnonD-754814, 19 Sep 2020Seeing you for some days. Mr. hater. Which Samsung phon... morewhich devices? let me see.

s4, s5, s8, s9+, s10+ ceramic.
p30 pro.

samsung phone issues: crap battery life, slow charging, moisture in charging port (while dry), generally laggy ui, dropping wifi (s10+), bloatware, bixby, annoying UI prompts.

p30 pro: 2 day battery life, fast charging, snappy ui, 5x optical 1 year ahead of samsung.

with samsung, for me personally the biggest issue is that the combination of slow charging and high battery consumption both screen-on and idle make it impossible to rely on the phone when traveling, and have a shitty life when not traveling.

no hate, just experience.

  • AnonD-754814

Android.Master, 20 Sep 2020It is not a hardware fault. The HM1 sensor is successor ... moreI know the AF has been fixed slightly but it still suffers.
HM1 and HMX aren't the same sensor.

AnonD-754814, 19 Sep 2020It's a hardware fault. No doubt in it. That big sensor... moreIt is not a hardware fault.

The HM1 sensor is successor to HMX inside the Xiaomi Mi 10 which also operates on PDAF. It has none of the autofocus issues.

Samsung has fixed 90% of the autofocus issues on S20 ultra. Though You'll suffer the occasional autofocusing issue in certain scenarios. I can confirm this coz My brother is using S20 Ultra (Exynos).
Just be real and don't expect the autofocus capabilities to match the Find X2 pro or p40 pro.
They are the fastest on the market. Samsung is not too behind.

[deleted post]Relax Pal, he's been getting owned consistently these days in every comment section.
Used to be a sensible guy but now is too egoistic to accept facts.

imagine using 4 of the x1 cores
it will beat the a14 chip
but I'm not sure about how much power it will draw

Duck of death, 19 Sep 2020I now see you do indeed still watch his fud, which I guess ... moreI regret to say mkbhd is a true tech YouTuber.. They are more like life style bloggers.. LTT, GN, HU, Jay, 8 bit and many other can be called true tech YouTuber

  • AnonD-754814

Duck of death, 19 Sep 2020I now see you do indeed still watch his fud, which I guess ... moreIf it were software fault Samsung would have fixed it. Samsung tried a lot but couldn't.
You're just being arrogant and can't take the truth that he was right.

  • Viper

AnonD-754814, 19 Sep 2020I was kinda saying it from the beginning. When the partners... moreExynoa will be back mongoose cores are now a history.Those mongoose cores were big and power hungry for that they get less space so they had to reduce the gpu cores in exynos 990.But now snapdragon and exynos are both going with 1+3+4 ao thwir will be no excuse for samsung.They wil get same area to place the gpu so lets see who has a upper hand here

AnonD-754814, 19 Sep 2020It's a hardware fault. No doubt in it. That big sensor... moreI now see you do indeed still watch his fud, which I guess was always the case. Considering you know about him slagging a current Samsung flagship phone.

It is a hardware limitation. The cut-off point where it switches between ToF and sensor autofocus is the issue. They've minimized the effect with updates, simply by extending the transition zones both ways.

Again, MKBHD is a paid influencer. If you think anything else, you're a bit too naïve. His target demographics.

  • AnonD-754814

Duck of death, 19 Sep 2020The S20 AF issue isn't a hardware fault, so that makes... moreIt's a hardware fault. No doubt in it. That big sensor isn't good with PDAF.
Laser AF is a must for that. But Samsung didn't include one. So, that is hardware problem or "hardware-limitation" to be said exactly(I think this is the word he used).

  • Anonymous

The truth that slaps, 19 Sep 2020Nice try? Nice try?! You nice try! The Snapdragon is much b... moreI guess you must be new here

  • Anonymous

The truth nuff said , 19 Sep 2020Exynos will be even weaker than that when it comes to graph... moreWhy? Huaweis last chip proved the mali g76 matched the adreno 640 in s855. And their soc was more efficient.

This year the mali g77 in exynos 990 matches the adreno 650 in s865. But due to the heat constraints of the large cpu cores and samsung using less mali cores clocked higher it throttles down.
In a proper set up mali g77 would stay on par this year too.

So what is there to show that it will be so far behind?

AnonD-754814, 19 Sep 2020I actually do not watch his video but I've watched a f... moreThe S20 AF issue isn't a hardware fault, so that makes him a liar once again. It's a bad hardware limitation of ToF.

  • AnonD-754814

Duck of death, 19 Sep 2020It's not only the price complaints, it's the cons... moreI actually do not watch his video but I've watched a few in the past. He's a good reviewer. If you can ignore his brand biased part then there are some useful info in his video.
For example he's the only one who pointed out S20 ultra's AF issue as hardware problem. Many have mocked. But he was right.