Aside from Samsung, there aren’t a great deal of business that want to utilize Exynos processors established and made by the chaebol, as Qualcomm preserves its supremacy over the mobile market, while MediaTek is frequently the go-to economical alternative, specifically for Chinese mobile phone suppliers.

However Meizu has really been a relied on Samsung partner for numerous years now, and the 2’s partnership might have leapt to the next level, as the previous’s M6s phone was revealed the other day with Exynos 7872 processing power.

Not just exist no Galaxy gadgets based upon this mid-range SoC yet, however Samsung likewise waited on the Meizu M6s discussion to officially reveal and completely information the 7872.

Confusingly enough, the chipset belongs to the Exynos 5 Series, and not the 7 household, which most likely should not come as that huge of a surprise after in 2015’s Exynos 9 8895 launch.

Samsung declares the Exynos 5 7872 enhances the private single-core efficiency of its “predecessor” by 2 folds, although it’s uncertain exactly what predecessor the Korean tech giant is describing.

Branding and heritage secrets aside, this certainly appears like a healthy mid-tier plan, a minimum of on paper, with a hexa-core CPU plan consisting of a “high efficiency” 2.0 GHz Cortex-A73 duo and energy-efficient A53 quartet clocked at 1.6 GHz.

The Mali-G71 GPU is no piece of cake either, making it possible for users to “take pleasure in mobile video games with long-term battery life”, while an enhanced ISP (Image Signal Processor) supports 21.7 MP back and front electronic cameras, in addition to iris cam sensing units as much as 8MP for “improved authentication.”

Developed on a 14 nm FinFET procedure, the Exynos 7872 can likewise in theory deal with high-res WUXGA (1920 x 1200) screens, incorporating an LTE modem with Classification 7 and 2CA (Provider Aggregation) innovation for as much as 300 Mbps downlink speeds and Classification 13 with 2CA for 150 Mbps uplink rates. Not too shoddy for a processor presently powering a $155 and up phone, and most likely to be fitted inside next-gen Samsung Galaxy J-series handsets.

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