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Samsung is planning a whopping $115 billion investment in its processors business that is going to be spread out until 2030. Right now, it is the king of memory chips, but it apparently plans to take on Intel, Qualcomm, Apple, Huawei and all other chipset designers by becoming number one in processors, too.
Despite Samsung's recalls, tear down specialists iFixit have managed to get their hands on the Galaxy Fold and open it up a lot more than it already does.
Early last year Samsung became the world’s largest chip manufacturer (taking the crown from Intel) largely thanks to the strong performance of its memory division. Today the company announced plans to invest $116 billion through 2030 in non-memory chips.
Samsung already went out with an official statement (with the header "Statement" in OneUI font) that in order "to fully evaluate this feedback and run further internal tests, we have decided to delay the release of the Galaxy Fold."
Since notches first arrive back in 2017, smartphone brands have attempted a range of implementations ranging from wide ones to much subtler waterdrop alternatives. One thing that hasn’t been attempted, however, is an outward facing one. But Xiaomi’s latest patent suggests it could be working on one.
Samsung Display is reportedly working on dual foldable screens with versions measuring 8" and 13". The panels are expected to be ready this year, but it’s unclear when the first devices to use them will appear.
LG submitted a patent for a smartphone that features basic sketches of the device, outfitted with three rear cameras and three front-facing cameras. The patent was registered with the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) and went live on Friday.
Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon 730 only a couple of weeks ago, but a 735 appears to on the timeline as well. What looks like an internal document details the future chipset's key specs.
As we heard earlier today, the Apple-Qualcomm battle has ended. With those two companies making up, there were likely to be repercussions around the mobile world, but we didn't really expect the fallout to come so quickly. With Apple and Qualcomm striking a deal, Intel has announced that it will be quitting the mobile game.
Samsung claims that the 5nm node boasts 25% better logic area efficiency with 20% lower power consumption or around 10% higher performance for the same power draw. The 5nm node is based on the same EUV lithography process and it will be manufactured at Samsung's Hwaseong foundry.
We've often discussed Moore's Law, discovered by Gordon Moore who was the former CEO of Intel. Moore's Law says that the number of transistors inside an integrated circuit doubles every other year. Current high-end chips like the Snapdragon 855...
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On Friday, the United States FCC has announced that it will take a couple of measures to expedite the development of 5G in the US. The race to lead the 5G race is one that President Trump fully intends to win, especially with the economic boosts and jobs that come with bringing high-speed internet to customers in rural parts of the US