Updated controller and TLC NAND for 560/530 MB/s read and write
Samsung has launched its latest addition to the SSD lineup, the 870 EVO, which pairs up TLC NAND with an updated controller in order to push the SATA interface to its limits, achieving 560MB/s read and 530MB/s write sequential performance.
Analysis: 22 quotes as Qualcomm partner need a custom ARM CPU core
After the initial article about the acquisition of high performance/high-efficiency Nuvia Phoenix core means for Qualcomm, I wanted to address industry quotes and the overwhelming response. It comes down to a single bottom line. Qualcomm will be able to compete with Apple CPU cores in a few years.
Better screen, S Pen support, dual telephoto, and more
While the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ might be the new smartphones in the Samsung Galaxy lineup, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is the proper flagship of the series, with a better screen, better camera, S Pen support and more.
A lower resolution Infinity-O screen with punch hole and lower price
While Samsung kicked off its Unpacked event with Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Smart Tag trackers, all eyes were pointed at its Galaxy S-series smartphone lineup, and the wait is finally over as the Galaxy S21 series comes in three versions, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and the flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Confirms Radeon RDNA GPU for the next-gen Exynos
Samsung has not only announced its new 5nm octa-core Exynos 2100 SoC, featuring ARM's Cortex-X1 as the prime CPU core, new Mali-G78 GPU, and integrated 5G modem, but has also confirmed that its next-generation Exynos SoC will feature an AMD RDNA-based GPU.
Please make our chips
Intel has talked with TSMC and Samsung about the Asian companies making some of its best chips, but the Silicon Valley pioneer is still holding out hope for last minute improvements in its own production capabilities.
More screens needed
Samsung Electronics’ display unit has backtracked on a move to end production on LCD panels as more people sought home entertainment due to coronavirus.
Review: A perfect business smartphone with excellent S Pen stylus
While Samsung’s Galaxy S20 lineup targets a younger population of users, the Galaxy Note20 lineup is meant for business users. While it might not have the best camera or a curved fancy design, the Galaxy Note20 lineup come with a set of features that caters to a more serious crowd, and Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G is definitely one of the best in that market segment.
No one wants high end smartphones any more
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Samsung may discontinue its premium Galaxy Note phone next year.