Some companies just like being at the top. And when they can’t, they put in everything to get there. So it was that when Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 took all the trophies home, Samsung quickly came up with the second revision of its Exynos 5 Octa chip that would feature in the upcoming Galaxy Note III. However, the company still isn’t satisfied with its product and has announced on Twitter that it would work on another upgrade to the line up. The Tweet reads:
“Exynos processors are about to undergo another evolution… Can you guess what it will be?”
The two biggest drawbacks of the Exynos 5 Octa in Galaxy Note III are the lack of LTE support, as well as inability to capture 4K videos. Obviously the Qualcomm counterpart does both the things without breaking a sweat. It will be interesting to see what Samsung’s brings out in the new chip and what would be the first phone to have it onboard. They might just release a revised version of Galaxy Note III, so you might want to reconsider queuing up in line for the Galaxy Note III on September 25th. But of course, we’re just guessing that, so you should probably go ahead and get that phone for yourself.