January 16, 2014
Huawei usually makes the processors of its products under the HiSilicon brand, and they would be developing three new models that could debut this year. In the first place, the brand would be working on a quad-core chip manufactured with the 28-nanometer process and with Cortex A9 architecture. The Asian brand is also finalizing the details of its first eight-core, which combines two Cortex A15 and Cortex A7 quad-core chips and they would work alternately to minimize energy consumption. These two chips would be prepared to work with GSM, WCDMA and LTE networks (the standard of what we know as 4G networks).
The highlight will be another eight cores, which in this case will be a 64-bit and continues under the HiSilicon brand. Again it is about two quad-core processors (Cortex A57 and CortexA53) that work alternately; the most powerful for the tasks that demand more resources and the other for simpler functions.
via Huawei works on a 64-bit eight-core processor – tuexperto.com.
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