As we know, Samsung launched the latest version Exynos 9 Series 9810 chipset in the first week of January 2018 for premium devices. That was the upgraded version of last year’s 8895 SoC and it is especially for high-end smartphones like upcoming Galaxy S9, S9+ and Galaxy Note 9. Now Samsung revealed Exynos 7872 chipset, specially designed for mid-range smartphones to improve speed and performance by reducing any hiccups and battery drain problems. The current Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro & A series smartphones currently using predecessor chipset with an incredible results. The new Exynos 7872 processor will do even better performance in the mid range segment.
This new Exynos 5 series 7872 chipset has a plus point, Iris scanner is already inbuilt to this chipset. It is built on 14nm process, Mali-G71 GPU is the supplier of the Graphics power and it contains with special feature like hexa-core CPU with two clusters 2x Cortex-A73 (2.0GHz) + 4x Cortex-A53 (1.6GHz). After this all amazing features there is also some limitations because this is mid-range chipset. Supporting memory types are as follows: eMMC 5.1 for built-in storage, LPDDR3 for RAM and the SD 3.0 standard for expandable memory (i.e. UHS-I microSD cards).
In this chip, there is no special additional feature is given for front and rear camera but camera contains 1080p for 120fps video recording capabilities. The max screen resolution is Full HD+ screen means 1,920 X 1,200. The GPS system and FM radio are supporting quite satisfactory. The Exynos 7875 chipset was used in recently launched Galaxy A8. You can see sort of similarity in features but A8 is not capable to record 2160p video.
Samsung officially unveiled this new Exynos 7872 chipset and this is the upscaled version of Exynos 5 series so now we can say Samsung smartphones are really very affordable in cost and very advance featured in technology for mid range customers. Do you think it will break all the records of previous chipset and it will improve battery performance on mid range phones?