Samsung outlines its chipmaking roadmap, expects first 3nm chips in H1 2022

08 October 2021
Samsung's foundry business aims to stay competitive despite the global component shortage.

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Fanboy of All brands, 08 Oct 2021Snapdragon 888 5nm is more power hungry and overheats easil... moreIf its intensive gaming like battle royal and such. Yea. But over all 4000+mah is pretty good for a 5nm. Im pretty sure 1nm might get skipped to just (AM=Atomic Meter). Maybe. It could either just be 0.5nm but thats already in the AM range already.

I'm expecting ps5 and xsx to get a slim down this time next year!

BrianCoriour, 08 Oct 2021With 5nm. 4000Mah+ is a must. With 3nm. 3500Mah+ would b... moreSnapdragon 888 5nm is more power hungry and overheats easily than even 7nm Snapdragon 865

Fanboy of All brands, 08 Oct 2021You wanna be competitive? Lower your price There's only one other company that competes with them, TSMC. They are competitive in terms of pricing with TSMC. Unfortunately, there is no other competition so it's basically a duopoly and pricing can be more or less decided by these two companies

With 5nm. 4000Mah+ is a must.

With 3nm. 3500Mah+ would be good.

With 2nm. 3300Mah+ would be good.

With 1nm. 3100Mah+ would be good.

With ##AM (Atomic Meter). 2500Mah+ would be fine.

So not only are phone gonna be faster and better. But also smarter, stronger security, higher HZ up to even 240hz even on commercial phones as a norm. And better sound quality from speakers, better BT, better signal and wifi, better cameras. And also super slim. Probably gonna weigh less than even a dust particle. Be prepared to buy an anchor for a hand. Cuz that thing gonna fly at 9999999milesperatomicsecond in a 1mph wind.

Next measurement would be

##AM

AM= Atomic Meter.

Well smaller the chip more overheating problems,

You wanna be competitive? Lower your price