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Samsung is developing its own high-end CPU cores again, wants to use them by 2027



According to a new rumor out of its home of South Korea, Samsung has assembled an internal team to work on developing its own custom, bespoke CPU cores. These will be ARM-based initially, and will be featured in a Galaxy-branded chipset in 2025.

The more intriguing part of the report implies that starting in 2027, Samsung will have developed its own CPU cores that don’t use ARM designs. These will supposedly show up in products made by Samsung Electronics, such as high-end smartphones.

The logic here is obviously controlling as much of the product as possible, ‘vertical integration’…



Article Source: Gizbot

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