Samsung gears up for mass production of first high-performance 3nm Exynos processor

Samsung, in collaboration with Synopsys, a leader in electronic design automation (EDA), is nearing mass production of its first complex 3nm Exynos chip. This milestone signifies a significant leap for Samsung Foundry, paving the way for faster and more efficient processors in future Galaxy devices.

While Samsung began producing simpler 3nm chips in 2022, this new chip represents a major advancement. It utilizes Samsung’s cutting-edge Gate-All-Around (GAA) process for enhanced performance and power efficiency, specifically designed for the demands of high-performance mobile SoCs.

The final design phase, known as “taping out,” has been completed, and mass production is expected to begin in a few months. The specific device destined for this first chip remains under wraps, with possibilities including the upcoming Galaxy Watch7 or the Galaxy S25 lineup.



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