Apple partner speaks to customers about building even more powerful chipsets


Cutting-edge chipsets for smartphones currently are produced using the 7nm process. The smaller that number, the larger the number of transistors that can fit inside a chipset. As a comparison, the 7nm Snapdragon 855 SoC is more powerful and energy-efficient than the 10nm Snapdragon 835. And when the phones powered by 5nm chips start rolling out, perhaps by the middle of next year at the earliest, they will be more powerful and energy-efficient than the current 7nm SoCs.
We could be coming to the end of Moore’s Law, which is an observation made by former Intel CEO …

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