Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi in China and general manager of Redmi brand, has already started to fuel public interest in the release of the company’s first smartphone equipped with 5-nanometer single crystal system.
On his Weibo social networking page, he asked if they were ready for the launch of new processor-based flagships. In this regard, the Web began to build quite logical assumptions that the smartphones Redmi K40 and Xiaomi Mi 11 will be equipped with the flagship single-chip system Snapdragon 875, which will be manufactured according to 5 nm.
It is expected that Snapdragon 875 will be presented at the end of this year, and the first companies that will produce the appropriate smartphones will be, according to tradition, Xiaomi and Samsung.
Samsung began mass production of Snapdragon 875 on its production line in South Korea using EUV-lithography. It is expected that the Snapdragon 875 will use the latest core Cortex X1, as well as kernel Cortex-A78. The Cortex-X1 offers 23% higher integer performance compared to the Cortex-A78, and the Cortex-X1 has twice as much phone learning capability as the Cortex-A78.