Samsung future Exynos chipset will be built on the 7nm LPP process for high-end devices and 11nm LPP Chip for mid-range devices as per rumours.Recently Samsung has launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which is using Exynos 8890/SD835 which are built on 10nm tech.

So we can expect the 11nm LPP chipset will basically be made for the Samsung upcoming A-series which will be launching end of this year or starting of next year.The Samsung Galaxy A series 2017 edition is using Exynos chipset based on 14 nm process, so sounds like an upgrade in performance and battery life with new 11nm LPP chipsets.The new 11nm LPP chipset will enter production house early 2018. The recently launched SD660 and SD630 from Qualcomm are built on 14nm LPP (Low Power Process) process.

With new 11nm LPP chipset will boost the performance by 15% and reduce the chip area by 10%.The premium 7nm LPP chipset will be built on Extreme Ultra Violet lithography and will be out by Q2 2018 for the next gen Apple chipset with Apple A12.

Samsung will now cover technologies ranging from 14nm to 11nm, 10nm, 8nm, and 7nm in the next three years says Ryan Lee, Vice President and Head of Foundry Marketing at Samsung Electronics.Samsung might announce their new line up of chipsets on Sept 15 at Samsung Foundry Forum in Japan.