Most likely getting the Exynos 2200 SoC
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE launched back in October and its currently selling in both the U.S. and coming to some Asian markets, and now, it has been confirmed it will be launching in Europe on December 8th.
Tame Apple Press recoils in horror
The Tame Apple Press is shocked after Samsung humiliated their favourite tech company by introducing a new generative AI model long before Jobs’ Mob could claim to have invented it.
We are on track
US chip group Intel is on track to deliver five upgrades to its advanced manufacturing process in four years, CEO Pat [kicking] Gelsinger said.
$2,999.99 for this Mini-LED curved gaming screen
Samsung's 2nd generation 55-inch Oddysey Ark Gaming monitor has been announced recently, and it is now available at Newegg, for a cool $2,999.99.
Claims 70 percent faster CPU and Xclipse 940 GPU with AMD RDNA 3
During its own LSI Tech Day 2023 event, Samsung revealed details about its upcoming Exynos 2400 SoC that will most likely power the next Galaxy S24 series smartphones, promising impressive performance figures and confirming AMD RDNA 3 architecture for the Xclipse 940 GPU.
Too expensive to use A17 Pro for vanilla iPhone 15
Apple is the first of many who started using the TSMC N3 3nm process for its latest SoC, and even for Apple, it is not easy to eat the manufacturing cost.
With and without heatsink
Samsung has announced the release of a 4TB version of the SSD 990 Pro series NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD. Based on Samsung's latest eight-generation V-NAND technology and enhanced controller, the 4TB SSD 990 Pro hits peak performance of up to 7,450MB/s for read and 6,900MB/s for write, all at $344.99.
Enabling 128GB DRAM modules, and paves the way for 1TB DRAM modules
Samsung has announced the development of the industry's first and highest-capacity 32Gb DDR5 DRAM on a 12nm manufacturing process.
Looks like Apple was not the only fruit
It had been long claimed that the fruity cargo cult Apple had bought up all TSMC’s advanced chip manufacturing leaving Qualcomm out in the cold. But it seems that this is not the case.
In Galaxy S24 units
Samsung is backpeddling on its Snapdragon-only policy on its Galaxy series.