Samsung Announces Stable 3nm Process and Updates on Exynos 2500 Chip

TapTechNews July 10th news, Samsung Company released a press release yesterday (July 9th), stating that the yield and performance of the 3nm process are stable, and the entire process project is advancing as planned.

TapTechNews quoted a report from the Korean media in June. The current yield of Samsung Electronics' Exynos 2500 chip is still slightly lower than 20%. It is still unclear whether it can be used in the Galaxy S25 series mobile phones in the future.

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Samsung denied the rumors from the outside world in the latest statement, saying:

After Samsung mass-produced the 3nm GAA process for the first time globally in 2022, the second-generation 3nm process has stable performance and the output has been on the right track.

Samsung stated in the press release that it is actively cooperating with design solution partners (DSP) to provide multi-project wafers (MPW) services for prototype production.

The total number of MPW services of Samsung Electronics this year is 32, covering 4-nanometer processes to BCD 130-nanometer processes for the production of high-performance power semiconductors, an increase of about 10% compared to last year, and will increase to 35 by 2025.

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