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Facts about "Exynos 9611 - Samsung"
base frequency2,300 MHz (2.3 GHz, 2,300,000 kHz) + and 1,700 MHz (1.7 GHz, 1,700,000 kHz) +
core count8 +
core nameCortex-A73 + and Cortex-A53 +
designerSamsung + and ARM Holdings +
familyExynos +
first announcedSeptember 19, 2019 +
first launchedSeptember 19, 2019 +
full page namesamsung/exynos/9611 +
has 4g supporttrue +
has ecc memory supportfalse +
has lte advanced supporttrue +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
integrated gpuMali-G72 +
integrated gpu designerARM Holdings +
isaARMv8 +
isa familyARM +
ldateSeptember 19, 2019 +
manufacturerSamsung +
market segmentMobile +
max cpu count1 +
max memory channels4 +
microarchitectureCortex-A73 + and Cortex-A53 +
model number9611 +
nameExynos 9611 +
process10 nm (0.01 μm, 1.0e-5 mm) +
seriesExynos 9 +
supported memory typeLPDDR4X-3200 +
technologyCMOS +
thread count8 +
used bySamsung M30s + and Samsung Galaxy A50s +
user equipment category downlink12 +
user equipment category uplink13 +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +