Samsung has announced that it is working on processors made in 11nm process technology. They want to equip their midges as well as top earphones.

Samsung headsets are the most popular in the world. Being a sales leader is committed to imposing new solutions and improvements that will strengthen the market position. Today, Samsung announced the addition of 11 nm process finFET technology to its achievements. Samsung claims that the new 11LPP (low power plus) processor delivers up to 15% performance improvements over 14LPP processors. In addition, 11LPP systems will be 10% smaller than 14LPP with the same power consumption. Samsung Electronics' senior vice president of marketing, Ryan Lee, shared his thoughts in a brief statement: " Samsung has added the 11nm process to our roadmap to offer advanced options for various applications. , 10nm, 8nm, and 7nm in the next three years. "

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Most likely, the new technology will be ready in the first half of 2018 and Samsung will want to use it in both its mid-range and top-of-the-line handsets. It is possible to assume that the first handsets with new processors will be next year's A, J and C series. The reduction of already small chips is certainly a good direction, especially when it translates to better performance. I think all users welcome such changes with open hands, but this is not really the breakthrough we all are waiting for. I can not wait to have a day where we can write about batteries that can withstand much more than the batteries we deal with every day. Source: phonearena