Samsung to start full throtle Exynos 5450 (28 HKMG nm) production Q1 2013 – heading to Galaxy S IV


The new unit is said to be low power consuming, higher performance (compared to chips made ​​of SiON process), build using 28 nm HKMG – High-K/Metal Gate Technology (read more about High-K/Metal Gate Technology). It is four core Cortex A15 5450 SoC – codenamed “Adonis” that is said to be utilized in next generation Galaxy […]

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Samsung Electro-Mechanics starts mass production of ultra thin wireless charging module


Pictured module is 40% thinner than its predecessors and should be used in variety of future Samsung devices. Source: From:

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oled-display: Samsung Display to delay flexible AMOLED production


Samsung Displays goal to start the mass production of flexible full color AMOLED Displays will be not reached. Samsung Display want to improve the AMOLED Display production capacity because of the high demand. One of the reason is the successfully smartphone sector like Galaxy S3. Samsung display can produce 56.000 glass substrates per month. Samsung […]

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Samsung announces production of industry’s first 2GB LPDDR3 mobile memory using 30nm-class technology


Samsung Electronics announced that Samsung has begun mass producing the industry’s first two gigabyte (GB), low power double-data-rate 3 (LPDDR3) memory, using 30 nanometer (nm) class* technology, for next-generation mobile devices at Samsung Mobile Solution Forum on Sep. 18th. Samsung started mass production of the industry’s most advanced mobile DRAM (dynamic random access memory) chip, […]

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unwired view: Samsung delays flexible AMOLED touchscreen production


One industry official told DDaily that if Samsung manages to fix things before or in early 2013, we still might see the first smartphone with a flexible AMOLED touchscreen coming in the first half of next year. Galaxy S IV perhaps?

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