Samsung's newest upscale chipset Exynos 8895 proved able to compete with Snapdragon chipset 835. However, there is one thing that fall short of Exynos chipset, namely the lack of network support.
However, Samsung is now reportedly preparing a new middle-class chipset that will support all band telecommunications networks in China. The chipset is none other than the Samsung Exynos 7872 hexa-core.
Reporting from Gizmochina, the latest chipset is built using a 14nm process and included in the series Exynos 7 Octa. The processor will have six cores comprised of four core cortex-A53 for power efficiency and two cortex-A73 cores for performance. For its GPU, the chipset Mali-T830 MP2. With this configuration, the possibility of this chipset comes to compete with Snapdragon chipset 65x series.
The news about the Exynos 7872 mention that this chipset offers increased performance by 70 percent and power consumption savings of 30 percent compared to the previous 28nm chip. Samsung Exynos chipset 7 series is usually used in the Galaxy series smartphones A and Exynos 7872 is likely to be used on a Galaxy series smartphones to date. Do not rule out also going to be used in the Galaxy series C.