Tagged: ARM

Samsung is working on their own custom GPU for low-end devices

Samsung has been taking matters into its own hands for a while now when it comes to their mobile market. The Exynos line of processors is an example of that, and Samsung only uses Qualcomm in the US because of CDMA patents. While Exynos processors are designed by Samsung themselves, they still use Mali GPUs

New octa-core MediaTek chip surfaces for Chrome OS devices

The MediaTek MT8183 first made an appearance last month on submissions to the Linux Kernel. Since then, the chip has surfaced on the Chromium Gerrit, indicating it’s destined for Chrome OS devices. The unannounced MT8183 chip has four high-performance Cortex A72 and four power-efficient Cortex A53 cores. Aside from publicly available code-reviews, there are no

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 is a chip for Always-On Windows 10 on ARM laptops

Qualcomm has been the leading chip maker for mobile devices for some time. As Windows transitions more to hybrid and convertible devices, Microsoft has worked on adding ARM chip support. Qualcomm is now ready to show off the Snapdragon 850, a chip made specifically for modern Windows 10 on ARM devices. The easiest way to describe

Arm announces the Cortex-A76 CPU, the Mali-G76 GPU, and the Mali-V76 VPU

Arm is an important player in the mobile industry. The company’s Cortex CPUs are used by all vendors in the Android SoC space, while its Mali GPUs are used by Samsung, HiSilicon, and MediaTek. For a few years now, Arm has had a tradition of announcing its new mobile products at TechDay. TechDay 2017 brought