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A recent report suggests that 7nm chip orders placed with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) are ramping up.
We'll likely see a 7nm 5G MediaTek chip later this year, according to company executives, one that will be more capable than the Helio P90
A recent report citing unnamed industry sources claims that TSMC will be the exclusive manufacturer of Apple's A13 chip in 2019.
High costs and uncertain benefits are slowing chipmakers down in transitioning to 7nm technology production of processors.
This year's iPhone devices will be faster than last year's iPhone X and even faster than most of the competition with 7nm A12 chip processors
After the announcement of Huawei's 7nm Kirin 980, Qualcomm has announced the arrival of 5G capable 7nm chipsets in smartphones during the first half of 2019
New processors are coming to the Huawei Mate 20 series that will be presented in a couple of weeks, the Kirin 980 with 7nm design
The 7nm-based Apple A12 processor expected to power those three next-gen iPhones in the fall has reportedly entered mass production at TSMC. Meanwhile, Samsung is getting close to manufacturing its own 7nm chip for 2019 flagship Androids.
A super-early Huawei Mate 20 prototype may have already been benchmarked at AnTuTu, racking up an earth-shattering 356,000+ points with a 7nm-based Kirin 980 SoC inside.
Samsung, the makers of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, 835, 821 and 820 processors, could lose the Snapdragon 855 production contract to bitter rivals TSMC.
The next-gen Apple A11X chip is expected to bring a slew of important improvements to the 2018 iPad Pro lineup, octa-core CPU included.
Samsung's mid-ranger smartphones could be in for an upgrade as soon as early next year. Silicon with near top-tier specifications is due out.
Samsung's disappointment with Qualcomm's TSMC partnership for the Snapdragon 845 shouldn't deprive the Galaxy S9 from the best possible SoC.
Samsung, which produced the Snapdragon 820, 821 and 835, will not produce the 845. TSMC, which has been pushing for 7nm fabs, is on the case.
It's almost set in stone now that Qualcomm will follow the Snapdragon 835 processor with a Snapdragon 845, most likely based on 7nm architecture.