Samsung Unveils Galaxy S4 Processor Exynos 5 Octa at CES 2013

By Gizbot Bureau

    Samsung has been a leader in proving mobile devices incorporating high performing and consistent chips and has announced the latest in the array. At the keynote in CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Samsung has revealed details regarding the Exynos 5 Octa chipset which is most likely to be housed in the upcoming flagship smartphone of the company, Galaxy S4.

    The tech giant stated that the processor will impart pure and never-before-seen processing power to mobile devices. The Exynos 5 Octa possesses eight cores in all, based on big.LITTLE ARM architecture.


    It consists of four ARM A7 cores and four ARM A15 cores. Depending on the nature of the task to be performed, only four cores will be active at any given point of time.

    Samsung Unveils Galaxy S4 Processor Exynos 5 Octa at CES 2013

    Less intensive tasks will have the A7 cores in action while gaming, multimedia and other Intensive tasks will put the A15 cores into work. This transfer between the two sets of cores will significantly improve the battery life of the device by upto 70%.

    At the same time, the processors become more well-rounded and efficient than other existing processors of Samsung. The dual-core ARM processor, sized 26 mm, will support Green LCD display.

    Apart from the new processor, which might make its first appearance in Galaxy S4 phones, Samsung unveiled a lot more products at CES 2013. A 2560x1600 display, sized 10.1 inches with a pixel density of 300 ppi, is one among them, which will consume lesser power than the existing similar displays.

    An OLED flexible display has also been shown off by Samsung along with a prototype smartphone employing the display. Samsung has termed it as YOUM.


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