Exynos 8890 for Samsung Galaxy S7 to be mass produced in December?

We’ve learned from past reports that the unannounced Samsung Galaxy S7 will rock the new Exynos 8890 SoC, which has shattered records in leaked benchmark tests. Now, a new report is claiming that the processor will be mass produced by Samsung as early as December, as the upcoming flagship is expected to make its official debut in January of 2016 and launch in February.

Exynos 8890 to be mass produced in December?


This new rumour comes from Business Korea. The report claims that the impressive Exynos 8890 will be mass produced in December of this year. Like any rumour, you should take this information with a pinch of salt. It does, however, make a lot of sense for Samsung to mass produce it new high-end chip towards the end of year, if rumours that claim the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be released in February of 2016 are true.

According to past reports

Lately, a lot of information has been leaked about the Samsung Galaxy S7. A recent report is saying that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be launched in three different versions. A flat version will be the regular 5.2-inch S7, a curved 5.2-inch version will be the S7 Edge, and a 5.7-inch curved version will be the S7 Edge Plus. All three will launch are said to launch in February. A separate report is claiming that the ESS SABRE 9018AQ2M digital-to-analog converter (DAC) will be on board the upcoming flagship. An earlier report is saying that the South Korean smartphone maker is testing magnesium alloy frame that will make the S7 lighter but more structurally sound. Going back even further, a past report has revealed that Europe will be getting the version of the S7 with the Exynos 8890 SoC under the hood; the US and Chinese version are said to feature the also impressive Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU, while the Indian version is said to sport the Exynos 7422, which is the same processor found under the hood of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Lastly, previous rumours claim that the S7 will feature a thinner 20-megapixel ISOCELL sensor, a USB Type-C connector, and a Force Touch screen.

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