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In today’s society and sectors, wearable technology is fast becoming a key force. Wearable technology has evolved for a variety of reasons, the most important of which is the development of compact, lightweight electronics that can be worn on the body without impeding movement.
Wearable technology, like many other technical advancements, has emerged from conventional sectors of health and military research, as well as ordinary consumer items such as purses and watches. Sensory feedback can be enhanced with the use of electronic equipment.
Many people have sensory processing abnormalities, such as sensory integration disorder, which causes them to have difficulties with textures, odours, and other “bodily” sensations.
The rising prevalence of chronic diseases and obesity has contributed to the adoption of wearable products such as activity trackers and body monitors that provide real-time information on the user’s overall wellbeing.
The Global Wearable Processor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, announced its new wearable processor, the Exynos W920.
The new processor integrates an LTE modem and is the first in the industry to be built with an advanced 5-nanometer (nm) extreme ultra-violet (EUV) process node, offering powerful yet efficient performance demanded by next-generation wearable devices.
The Exynos W920 packs two Arm Cortex-A55 cores for high-performing yet power-efficient processing and an Arm Mali-G68 GPU that boasts improved CPU performance of around 20-percent and ten times better graphics performance than its predecessor.
With upgraded cores and improved performance, the Exynos W920 enables faster application launches and a more interactive eye-catching 3D graphical user interface (GUI) on a device’s qHD display.
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