Samsung, one of the biggest and most popular Android smartphones, has improved a lot in terms of speed and processing ability. However, it does not seem to be satisfied and the company is reportedly busy in testing the next-generation mobile processor according to sources.
The company is trying to build Exynos 8895 on the 10nm process with a 30 percent increase in performance compared to the earlier Exynos 8890. The initial test results are encouraging and they are hitting a peak speed of 4GHz. It’s very much possible that this performance can be replicated in the coming retail handsets.
High level of power consumption is another problem with the faster processors but it has shown promise to boost the speed without increasing the power consumption. The Exynos 8895 has given enhanced performance at peak 4GHz as the Snapdragon 830 at 3.6GH while the thermal efficiency is retained.
However, the news is not confirmed so you will have to take this information with a pinch of salt. We will have to wait for the official announcement of the next generation processor. This new chip might get place in the Galaxy S8 early next year.