• Exynos 9820

    Samsung has presented the Exynos 9820 Application Processor based on Samsung’s own 8nm LPP FinFET process. This is the successor of the Exynos 9810 based on 10 nm proces node….

  • Galaxy S10 teardown

    We have received Samsung’s new flagship smartphone the Galaxy S10 the day it officially is released in Europe. As mentioned here it involves two versions of the galaxy S10. North &…

  • HiSilicon Kirin 980

    Huawei’s own silicon design devision HiSilicon has presented the first 7nm chipset Kirin 980 SoC Application Processor for their flagship smartphones Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. The Kirin 980…

  • Apple A11 Bionic chip image TMHS09

    Apple’s newest SoC is build on the 10nm FinFET process of TSMC. It has a 64-bit architecture and it delivers a new neural net to support smooth FaceID. It contains…

  • Deep insight of the SC14443 microcontroller

    Dialog Semiconductor’s  (formerly SiTel) single-chip solutions feature a 16-bit CompactRISC™ microcontroller for general processing including power management and non-real-time MMI functionality. A powerful Gen2DSP core processes the audio streams and delivers…

  • Apple’s first own in-house chipset A4 revealed

    Apple’s first in-house System on chip SoC combines an ARM Cortex A8 CPU and PowerVR SGX GPU. It has been used in the first iPad and iPhone 4 and later on…

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