Samsung and Huawei ready to offer their Exynos and HiSilicon processors to other OEMs
Samsung and Huawei are known for making processors for only their in-house phone production.
The two top free-for-all chip makers are Qualcomm and MediaTek and they seem to be pulling a lot of profit that it caught Samsung and Hauwei’s attention at once. Meanwhile MediaTek announced a new chipset today.
Meanwhile Samsung just got a boot from Apple in their 7-year deal where the former had been making processors for Apple starting from the first iPhone. This could mean that Samsung’s chip-making department won’t be having any much work around so Samsung decided to turn the whole Exynos arm into a CPU-outsourcing unit for the public.
The Lenovo K860 , Lenovo P700i, Hyndai T7 Tablet and the Meizu MX3 are being powered by Samsung’s Exynos processors already, so Samsung shouldn’t have problems getting more OEMs unto their bandwagon.
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