Next generation 20nm mobile processors to break the 3 GHz barrier32
Snapdragon 800 or the Tegra 4, can clock at 2.3 GHz per core max, then the 20nm chips that TSMC will churn out are going all the way up to 3 GHz, without sacrificing on power consumption.What does it mean? It means that if the best representatives of the current crop of 28nm chipsets like the
In a nutshell faster and more frugal mobile processors will be ready for phone and tablet makers to put in their devices come early 2014, but you already could have guessed that much, couldn't you? The tipping point here is breaking of the mythical 3 GHz barrier, not that all flagship phones will be clocked at the maximum but it's nice to have options.