1)APPLE A12 BIONIC:-
Apple has the latest chip for the new batch of iPhones, The A12 Bionic. The company says it is the industry’s first ever 7nm chip and Phil Schiller. On stage in Cupertino, they introduced it as the “smartest and most powerful chip ever in a smartphone.”
They are probably right because it has six-core CPU (with two”performance” cores and four “efficiency” cores), a four-core GPU (which is up to 50 percent faster than the A11’s), and an updated neural Engine, a particular part of the chip designed to handle AI tasks.
While the last year’s chip, it had a two-core Neural Engine, the A12 Bionic bumps that up to eight cores.
While the old Neural Engine could crunch through 600 billion operations per second.
The new version can handle 5 trillion operations per second.
While Apple says, this is the industry’s first 7nm chip.
And Huawei unveiled the 7nm Kirin 980, although that won’t ship until October.
2)HUAWEI KIRIN 980:-
The Kirin 980, is the world’s first 7nm process mobile phone with SoC chipset.
It has the world’s first Cortex-A76 architecture chipset.
It has the world’s first dual NPU design. And also the world’s first chipset to support LTE CAT.21.
This processor combines multiple technological innovations and leads the AI trend to provide users with an impressive mobile performance and to create a more convenient and intelligent life.
This processor integrates 6.9 billion transistors in an area of less than 1 square centimeter which is a 1.6x fold increase in density to empower better performance.
This chipset is the first Cortex-A76 based in the world and has a 75% improvement in a single core performance.
The Kirin 980 has also included the world’s first commercial use Mali-G76 GPU performance is improved by 46%.
The LPDDX memory operates at speeds up to 2133MHz.
The fourth-generation IPS utilises a multi-pass noise reduction to capture quality images and preserve important details.
The IPS also has a dedicated video pipeline to effectively improve video clarity and reduce shooting delays by 33%.
The Kirin 980 7nm process technology compared with the 10nm process, improves performance by 20%, power efficiency by 40% and the overall energy efficiency of the Kirin 980 increased by 58%.
The Mali-G76 GPU has also increased its energy efficiency by 178%.
The Kirin 980 is built with a 3 energy efficiency architecture which has 2 super cores, 2 large cores, and 4 small efficiency cores and uses the Flex-Scheduling intelligence mechanism to allow the CPU to adapt in heavy, medium and light-load scenarios by reducing its power consumption and giving users a longer battery life while still achieving an overall higher performance experience.
3)QUALCOMM SNAPDRAGON 855:-
Snapdragon 855, Mobile platform is unlike anything that’s come before – harnessing multi-gigabit 4G connectivity while unleashing transformative 5G experiences and providing some of the most advanced, imaginative technologies in the mobile industry.
Next generation on device AI capabilities makes your voice, camera, gaming, and power management smarter, faster and more intuitive than before.
Plus, you’ll be immersed in life like XR experiences that blur the line between real and virtual worlds. With gaming, video, and photography displayed in over 1 billion shades of color, you can enjoy HDR entertainment that will take you places that seemed beyond your reach.
You can quench your need for speed with incredible performance and power efficiency from a platform that’s unlike any other.
The new decade for 5G, WI-FI, AI, and XR
4) SAMSUNG EXYNOS 9810:-
The Exynos 9810 is Samsung’s current flagship SOC.
It powers the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 and is the company’s equivalent of the more common high-performance Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
The slightly older, Exynos 8895 is seen in the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 handset.
5) MEDIA TEK HELIO P90:-
The Helio P90’s claim to fame is as the company’s first processor to make use of Arm’s dynam IQ technology.
The packs have two high-performance Cortex-A75 CPU core next to six power-efficient Cortex-A55 cores for more efficient multi-tasking with a shared L3 cache. The chip marks a significant change from the Cortex A73 and A53 cores used in previous generation designs, offering higher peak single thread performance and superior low power cores.