Samsung's Exynos Tomorrow Teaser Points To Announcement About Next In House CPU

With IFA 2014 just a couple of months away the next device from Samsung's lineup, the Galaxy Note 4 which is rumored to be launched at the event, should just be a couple of months away as well. We may have to wait for details on that particular device but Samsung has more than just new devices in the works. Like new processors for example. The Exynos 5433 which is the new CPU said to be powering some variants of the Galaxy Note 4 this fall could be receiving an announcement from Samsung well before we see the phone that it'll be powering. According to the Samsung Twitter account, tomorrow is bringing some rather interesting news, or so it would seem, about the evolution of the Exynos processors.

We might be reading a little more into it than we should, but one thing is for certain. Samsung does have something planned for tomorrow that has to do with their Exynos line of chipsets as they have teased us with an image about it. The picture gives pretty much nothing away but it is accompanied by the hashtag #ExynosTomorrow, which points to an announcement from Samsung about what's next for Exynos. The announcement could be about the Exynos 5433 which is what the speculations are currently, but truthfully we'll have to wait and see for sure.

Whatever Samsung has planned for tomorrow anyone looking to pick up the next Note device or has even the slightest interest in Exynos development should make sure to pay attention here. Any announcements could turn out to be completely underwhelming but hopefully that won't be the case. The New Exynos 5433 CPU is supposed to be octa-core according to rumors and have LTE connectivity support. Expectations of the new chipset also point to a makeup of four Cortex-A15 CPUs and four Cortex-A7 CPUs, as well as the next gen Mali GPU for graphics. We'll definitely get some information tomorrow from Samsung, it's just unknown at this point what exactly that it is. All we really know is that there should be something to do with Exynos being unveiled and once we know more we'll be sure to update you.

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