South Korean tech company, Samsung, has been hinted to be working on a groundbreaking chipset ahead of 2018. The news comes months after the tech company released the super-fast Exynos 9985 chipset which was loaded on some variants of the Galaxy S8 device.
The tech company today announced that it will begin production of 11nm chipsets for some high-end and some other mid-range smartphones which are expected to hit the market next year.
The 11nm process is considered a Low Power Plus process which is aimed at scaling down the excesses of the 14nm LPP process which was adopted in the production of chips including the Snapdragon 660 and 630.
The 11nm process to be adopted by the tech company promises chips that are 15 percent better and efficient in terms of performance while reducing the area on the board by as much as 10 percent.
The first set of the chips are to be expected in the first quarter of next year.
According to the tech company, premium smartphones scheduled for release next year will come into the market running on a 7nm LPP chips which will be built with Extreme Ultra Violet, EUV, lithography and will be available as from the second half of 2018.