Samsung Announced New 1.5 Ghz Chip; Not For Nexus Prime

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    Samsung Announced New 1.5 Ghz Chip; Not For Nexus Prime


    Since NVIDA announced the first dual-core chip for mobile devices earlier this year, these things seem to be falling from the skies, and now Samsung has an even better chip. The new Exynos chip was just announced this week by Samsung. Just like the last version used on most Galaxy S II's, this is also dual-core, but with a faster clock speed and better battery management.
    The chip is scheduled to come out late this year, so there's almost no hope for it being included with the Nexus Prime --sorry.

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    Last edited by dgstorm; 09-30-2011 at 09:56 AM.

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