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Samsung Orion to ship as 'Exynos' next month

2/11/2011 05:47 PM EST
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re: Samsung Orion to ship as 'Exynos' next month
asushichef   4/1/2011 12:11:58 AM
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re: Samsung Orion to ship as 'Exynos' next month
elctrnx_lyf   2/16/2011 8:23:22 AM
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COnsidering the huge number of smart phones and tablets that samsung makes it is definitely wise to have their own processors. At the same time if they can compete with the likes of Quallcom and TI and get a place in the mobile phones of other vendors then its definitely ahuge success.

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eewiz   2/12/2011 4:36:25 PM
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@goafrit Samsung probably is not worried about competition in CPU biz. They alone can sell maybe 50+ million smartphones & tablets this year.

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goafrit   2/12/2011 1:56:17 PM
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Interesting name - sounds like the Greek gods. The competition is everywhere on this processor business.

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