Exynos Infinity

New mobile processors on the way?

Mobile World Congress

We're just a few days away from Mobile World Congress, and this year's show is a big one for Samsung, with the Galaxy S5 expected to debut at the "Unpacked 5" event on Monday evening. But there's more to Samsung's MWC plans than just phones, it seems. The Samsung Exynos Twitter account has posted the image above, teasing its "latest innovations" ahead of next week's show.

It's unclear what exactly "Exynos Infinity" is at this stage, but the company already detailed some of its CPU plans for 2014 at last year's analyst day. Slides revealed plans to first launch Samsung-branded 64-bit processors based on ARM core designs (as it does with current Exynos chips), before moving onto processors with custom core designs, similar to the way Qualcomm operates.

We're sure to find out more next week in Spain, so stay tuned!

Source: @SamsungExynos

 

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Samsung teases 'Exynos Infinity' ahead of MWC

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No I think he means that when it comes to hardware (internals) Samsung normally delivers pretty well.

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With the exception of the s4 (originally) they deliver on software too

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Kit Kat tastes like Jellybeans. Can't tell them apart...

Hopefully Samsung will be able to provide timely Android opsys updates for their proprietary chipsets on their myriad of devices.

Plenty of power there but too much bulk and some poor implementation has led to that bull lagging, compared to the swift movement of that matador.

But seriously, bullfighting?
Not something you'd see in an ad meant for mass consumption.

The announcement is in Barcelona, that would be the reason for the bull fighting ad... Duh. Ha! I'm kidding

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The bull is in reference to it being announced in Spain and we all know about the connection don't we?

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Yes, but in Catalonia and in Barcelona (its capital) bull fighting ("torture and killing") is forbidden, so I don't see the connection right now. It's more an offense than a reference to Barcelona or Catalonia. Yes, I live in Barcelona.

I think an ad with bullfighting in Cataluña is as dumb as when in "how I met your mother" spanish singers were transformed into Mexican ones ("el ganso con la riñonera" chapter). Stereotypes suck.

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So Samsung has gone from single core S1 to dual core S2 to quad core S3 to octa core S4 and now infinity cores S5

From 1 to infinity in 5 years that's absolutely amazing.

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