Samsung Exynos 7872 is Official: The Mid-Range SoC That Dreams Big With Iris Support


Samsung has officially launched Exynos 7872 chip and Meizu M6s is the first smartphone equipped with this chip. The Exynos 7872 is a mid-range chip with Exynos 5 but adds some advanced features.

Exynos 7872 has a quad-core 14nm CPU with dual-core Cortex-A73 2.0 GHz and quad-core Cortex-A53 1.6 GHz. Graphics tasks are handled by the Mali-G71 GPU.

The chip also supports iris sensors, which are available only on high-end smartphones. Besides it also allows the camera to record 1080p video at 120 frames per second and supports the Smart Wide Dynamic Range. But because it’s a mid-range chip, the 7872 also has some limitations. It does not support video recording at 2160p resolution nor does it support dual cameras. Maximum resolution is only 1920×1080 pixels cannot increase to 18: 9 Full HD+.

Other features of the 7872 include LTE Cat modems. 7 2CA (download speed 300 Mbps, upload 150 Mbps), support dual-band 802.11n WiFi. The navigation system is capable of supporting GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, and Galileo. The supported memory types are LPDDR3 for RAM, eMMC 5.1 for integrated storage, and SD 3.0 for external memory cards.

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Recently, Samsung‘s Galaxy A8 (2018) debuted with the Exynos 7885, a 14nm chip with eight cores, divided into two groups of two high-speed and six low-speed. The 7885 supports higher resolutions and a longer screen ratio but cannot record 2160p video.

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