Amid the debate about whether it is necessary at this level following the increase in hardware features of mobile devices as they seem to make the new Nexus 7 with 4GB of RAM or if we can begin to correct the foot off the accelerator, Samsung has announced that the next week will present the evolution of the most powerful chipset, the Exynos 5 Octa .
The current Exynos 5 Octa is carrying no LTE versions eight cores of Galaxy S 4 unlike Qualcomm quad core if they support LTE . It is expected, although this is simple logical deduction, the new Exynos processor 5 Octa is bearing the future Note III, although this will not occur at least until September, so surprising that we see the evolution of the chipset for the week comes, which hopefully now it has support for LTE
The current version of the Exynos has two quad-core pairs a 1.6GHz A15 and A7 at 1.2GHz . The idea is to never operate the eight at a time, if they do not separate according to the task being carried out. The A15 takes care of the toughest and A7 of those who require less processing, which helps to save and improve energy efficiency.
There are several options in the face of the update you will see in this processor within a week, but it appears that the shots go for increased processing speed rather than a processor with eight cores running at a time, which seems exaggerated for mobile devices and lose much efficiency.Perhaps also there is evolution in the GPU , but it is pure speculation.
The answer to these questions next week from the hand of Samsung.