Disappointingly, we’re definitely not going to be getting up close and personal with the Samsung Galaxy S III next week at Mobile World Congress. Sounds like we’ll have to wait till March 15 at least.
In the meantime, Sammo has taken the time to show off its new Exynos processor stuff.
The unveiling took place this week at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco, California. Can’t believe we didn’t get an invite to that one. Ahem.
The new Exynos offerings will come in dual and quad-core flavours, clocked anywhere from 200MHz to 1.5GHz.
The big eyebrow-raiser is the move from 45nm to 32nm, which means smaller parts drawing less power with greater performance. Sounds good to us.
Samsung boasts that the new chip delivers a 26% performance increase compared to the current Exynos chap, with up to 50% improved battery life. Again, no complaints here.
Now bring on the Samsung Galaxy S III, you lousy bums.