Samsung is starting mass production of 3 nm chips | TechBuzz

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Judging by the latest information coming from South Korea, Samsung will start mass production of 3-nanometer chips next week. This will prevent the Taiwanese TSMC, which will do the same in the second half of the year.

Samsung’s new 3 nm chips will thus have 50% higher performance than the current 5-nanometer (Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100), with a 25% reduction in dimensions. The new processors will also change the design of the transistors, as they will move from the current FinFET technology to GAAFET (Gate-All-Around).

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These processors will power the most expensive smartphones and other devices for the next two to three years, and in 2025 production of 2-nanometers should begin, which will further increase power, while reducing overall dimensions and lower power consumption.

Recall, only Samsung and TSMC have the capabilities and capacity to produce state-of-the-art chips, now in the 2 nm process, while the competition will need several more years to reach them.

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