Qualcomm Taps Samsung’s 7nm EUV for 5G | EE Times


Qualcomm (San Diego) said using the 7nm LPP EUV process technology for Snapdragon 5G will give the chips a smaller footprint, providing handset OEMs with space to support larger batteries or slimmer designs. The process technology and design of the Snapdragon chips is expected to result in significant improvements in battery life, Qualcomm said.

The 7nm LPP process offers up to a 40 percent increase in area efficiency with 10 percent higher performance or up to 35 percent lower power consumption compared to the foundry’s 10nm FinFET technology, Samsung said.

Source: Qualcomm Taps Samsung’s 7nm EUV for 5G | EE Times

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