The A12 Bionic is an 18-core chipset that will be found inside the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max and it has all of the transistors to do more work at once.
The next step up from here is 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. But will it happen in places other than Asia and Benelux?
Intel may have to watch its back if Qualcomm is able to land its ambitions next year on a big chipset for laptops and maybe even desktops.
All we know for sure so far is that this phone will have a Snapdragon 845 processor from Qualcomm. That coming from the quasi-startup within a startup.
The chipmaker says that this feature is proprietary to items incorporating aptX HD codec and the Snapdragon 845 platform.
Will MediaTek be able to churn up China with fancy face-reading cameras with Meizu... perhaps on a Meizu phone next year?
Intel had its hand in helping the visual processing out for the Google Clips camera and on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL as well.
This portfolio of amplifiers, duplex filters and other microcomponents are in testing now and should be out to serve T-Mobile customers next year.
It's the company's first silicon and it's here to help the Pixel 2's image processing from computational work to HDR brushes.
The company uses a proprietary CPU core design to help it reach competition-smashing speeds. It's now catching up with a dedicated AI sub-chip.
If you live for pictures of logic boards and silicon, — not silicone — then we have something more exciting than the pants on fire iPhone 8 speculation.
We've got new substance for the Mate 10, but how fast and how strong is this silicon? The numbers are here and so is a new set of renders.
It looks like the device will sport a metal body, a fingerprint sensor, a 2,710mAh battery and a mid-range MediaTek chipset.
Samsung publicly acknowledges, at least in front of investors, that the Galaxy Note 8 will be great for multimedia. Based on its track record, why not?
Qualcomm is showing off how widely its patents are used by disclosing the modems, codecs and application processors that are covered.
The A10X Fusion chipset inside the new iPad Pro models cooks. It destroys the A9X on single-core and multi-core Geekbench tests.
Google has been planning on making its own chipsets for a long time. It's now making the necessary hires from all points, including Apple, to do so.
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.
But if you're a senior engineer who works in the commercialization department, you might not want to tout it on your LinkedIn profile just yet.
The story about the G6 getting the Snapdragon 821 instead of the Snapdragon 835 may be a little more complicated than we have first thought.
As Google Assistant looks to expand its integration into other home appliances beyond the company's own, MediaTek is making a play with a new chip.
The Galaxy S8 will use either the Snapdragon 835 or the Exynos 8895 chipset, depending on the region. Samsung isn't making enough of them.
The chipset is finally getting ready for mass production and just in time, too. There's going to be a swell of demand for a pricey iPhone 8.