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Huawei said that in the Kirin 980 vs A12 Bionic battle, it is confident its own Kirin chip will end up on top. Should we believe it?
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
A mysterious 2018 iPhone X sequel has been benchmarked under the "iPhone11,2" codename, packing a new ARM-based hexa-core processor and 4GB RAM.
Qualcomm has been a longtime partner with TSMC, but has gone with Samsung as of late. Progress on a new fabrication turned it around.
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.
The Apple A12 processor expected to power all three 2018 iPhone X sequels might be built entirely by TSMC after all, with Samsung reportedly out of contention.
The A11 isn't out yet, but we're already seeing rumors of Apple A12 chip manufacturing. Samsung and TSMC may need to share Cupertino's 2018 business.
Industry sources say that Intel could be on a roll with its ARM-based chipsets. So much so, it may be even possible to get them in iPhones as early as 2018.
It's no Hima, but even the new HTC A12 rumors leave us with something to be looking forward to.