Samsung and Qualcomm 5G Chips have been partners for many years, the first manufacturer in its factories Snapdragon chips developed by the second. The two companies have signed a new agreement that will allow them to go even further in the finesse of engraving.
The more a processor is engraved, the more efficient and economical it is. At least, that’s the theory, and it turned out every time. This time, Samsung and Qualcomm want to push things even with the EUV (Extreme Ultra Violet) technology, which will allow them to burn chips in 7 nanometers, the goal being to produce Qualcomm’s 5G chipsets.
Little but Strong
Qualcomm 5G Chips
With such a fine engraving, the future Snapdragon 5G mobile chips will be smaller, which will allow manufacturers who use them to imagine smaller and finer devices. Unless they prefer to increase the capacity of the battery. These components manufactured with the 7LPP (Low Power Plus) EUV technology will offer again in autonomy since they are less greedy.
Burning Technology Reduces the Complexity of Chip
Samsung explains that this burning technology reduces the complexity of chip assembly. Which improves performance compared to 10nm Fine chips. The Exons 8895 on-chip system at the heart of the Galaxy S8, S8 + and. Note8 is precisely engraved according to this specification, and We really cannot complain about performance at the picks. Imagine what would give a chip in 7 nm…
Energy efficiency improves by 35% according to Samsung. While performance is up 10% and space saving is 40%. This is enough to satisfy the many Qualcomm customers. Whose smartphone success depends largely on the qualities of the supplier’s chips.
As for Samsung, it’s a way to gain the upper hand over rival TSMC. Which produces Ax chips for Apple products. And who also embarked on the engraving 7 nm.