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Contest: Win a Samsung Galaxy Note from the Exynos Team – (Updated: Winner Picked)

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The Samsung Exynos team reached out to us a couple of weeks ago because they not only love the DL community, but they know how much we love the power of their processors in phones. To say that we drooled a bit over benchmarks and the performance of the Galaxy SII last year would be a massive understatement. In fact, the Exynos dual-core chip that debuted at last year’s MWC inside the SGS2 set the bar so high that I’m still not sure that many of the current dual-core chips even compare. And what I mean by that is the Galaxy Note that sports a dual-core Exynos, benchmarks higher than almost any other phone on the market, right now. It’s a beast of a chip, folks.

So with their Exynos 4412 quad-core chip being demoed a week ago and their next-gen quad-core 5250 sampling now, you can bet that there will be a hefty Exynos mark put on 2012. There has been a lot of talk about competitors’ chipsets already making their way into phones and tablets, but understand that when Samsung’s next Exynos SoCs are ready, we’ll likely be impressed, again. And who knows, we may just see one of them this week at Mobile World Congress. 

 

Update:  We have a winner!

Joe Case, who demands Exynos because power + power management is a must.

Contest:

To help continue the buzz that the Exynos processor created at last year’s MWC, the Exynos team would like to hand out a Galaxy Note to one of our fantastic community members. All they want to know is why you demand to have Exynos chips in your phones. That’s it. Is it because of power management? Their tendency to have next-gen GPUs for gaming? The massive power? What is it? Drop a comment below with a reason why you prefer their processors to others and you have a chance to win one of the hottest (and biggest) phones on the market today.

Prize:  Galaxy Note

Instructions:  In the comments, let DL and the Exynos team know why you demand Exynos in your phones and tablets.

Winner:  The contest will run from the time of this post until the end of Mobile World Congress, March 1, 2PM Pacific.

If you want to learn all there is to know about Samsung Exynos, be sure to check out their dedicated site. This is a landing page for the geek in all of you and is surely the spot that their quad-core chips will land on very soon. It may also help inspire your entry to this contest.

  • http://twitter.com/Scotty_Braun Scotty Braunworth

    I wanna put some speed in my life.. That being said, I demand Exynos processors and the Samsung Galaxy Note!   Beam Me Up Scotty!

  • strife

    plz give 1

  • http://twitter.com/MastaMarc Marc C.

    It’s not what Exynos does for me, it’s what I do for them!  That’s why i deserve to win :)

  • http://twitter.com/MastaMarc Marc C.

    I want it I WANT IT!   That’s why i demand Exynos!!

  • http://twitter.com/Cheekai1 Cheekai

    We all want the best, that’s why we all should demand Exynos in our phones and tablets.

  • http://twitter.com/Ken__X KenX

    If you want the perfect solution for your precious gadget phone, then there is only one; Exynos.

  • s.one

    I wish I knew more about Exynos chips

  • Young

    I demand Exynos chips in my smartphones and tablets because i demand the best and thats what it is. From design to actual results these chips are made to perform specifically withthe rest of samsungs hardware and android builds. Unlike the competition who uses generic tegras or other arm based processors Samsung designed these chips specifically for their products for better performance, better battery life, and better graphics among others which shows in every benchmark. Why else would you what something else when Samsung has taken the time to carefully design these chips to be the best with their product line and the best among the competition.

  • JoelMic

    I just need one. Need I say more

  • Violator702

    I demand Exynos chips, because I spend an insane amount of time on my phone. I need power to play my games with no lag. I also stream and browse a lot, so I’m hoping this chip will make my battery last longer than my current processor.

  • http://twitter.com/NEVER_NYC sooth sayer

     i demand exynos because i demand progressio in todays mobile platforms , inovation and creativety fuel tomorrows concepts 

  • Duke Campbell

    i demand exynos because the world is not becoming a better place but with exynos atleast my life is

  • http://twitter.com/CallOnColin Colin Huber

    I demand Exynos because it sounds like Xena, Warrior Princess, and she’s a babe.

  • http://twitter.com/Scotty_Braun Scotty Braunworth

    I text like a rabbit in heat.. Therefore, i need a very fast phone to keep up with my amazing speed. I demand Exynos, because its just like me, it wants to go fast!

  • Scottyb112

    I wanna have the coolest & fastest phone on the block.. Thats why I want the Galaxy Note the the Exynos processor!   Now I demand you make me win lol

  • http://twitter.com/Scotty_Braun Scotty Braun

    I feel the need.. The Need For Speed!!   Thats why, I need a new Galaxy Note by Samsung, with a blazing fast Exynos Processor!!   No actually, I demand it!

  • Mike

    I demand a Exynos processor because I don’t something like an Intel processor that will just overheat. Plus, mobile graphics is the next big milestone!

  • Bing Pan London Chen

    I cannot contain it; Exynos is too fly

    Its 2Ghz processor, when the rest boast 1.5s? 

    And I can’t forget about the 2X Cortex A-9 speed

    With multitasking power to serve my extreme ADD

    And that 1080p video recording, what secrets it will reveal!

    Only to be topped by that 3-D, where everything is real. 

    It’s all hard to believe when you can’t see it with your eyes

    Oh, how could we forget–this is the company with not one, but TWO Google Nexi.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sam-Monty/708655348 Sam Monty

    On one side of horizon when quad cores are entering into the arena, Exynos Dual just showed them why it is the champ on all fronts and just having higher core count doesn’t really matter.  What matters is the power within.

  • Bing Pan London Chen

    I cannot contain it; Exynos is too fly

    Its 2Ghz processor, when the rest boast 1.5s? 

    And I can’t forget about the 2X Cortex A-9 speed

    With multitasking power to serve my extreme ADD

    And that 1080p video recording, what secrets it will reveal!

    Only to be topped by that 3-D, where everything is real. 

    It’s all hard to believe when you can’t see it with your eyes

    Oh, how could we forget–this is the company with not one, but TWO Google Nexi.

  • Bing Pan London Chen

    I cannot contain it; Exynos is too fly

    Its 2GHz processor, when the rest boast 1.5s? 

    And I cannot forget about the 2X Cortex speed

    With multitasking power to serve my extreme ADD.

    And that 1080p video recording–what secrets it will reveal!

    Only to be topped by that 3-D, where everything is real. 

    It’s all hard to believe when you can’t see it with your own eyes

    Oh, how could we forget–this is the company with not one, but TWO Google Nexi.

  • http://twitter.com/InebriatedFish Mike

    I demand Exynos because it runs faster than Usain Bolt, and that man is fast. I am a heavy user of my phone, so a slow phone just won’t do.

  • Egotiator

    Cuz it’s the best, and i want the best, and i don’t want to settle for anything less.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dylan-Lawson/654696162 Dylan Lawson

    I demand Exynos in phones and tablests because you know well, it’s a good way to stay in shape…no but seriously it is for the performance benefits and the excellent power management that I have seen from the many benchmark tests floating around the web.  

  • jksong83

    I demand Exynos in my phones and tablets because its the fastest out of them all! The performance destroys the other dual core chips!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000289735663 Regynald Augustin

    I demand a Exynos chipset in my phone due to the simple fact that other processors can’t not even rival the complexities and plethora of inovation samsung has brought to the mobile world and Mobile World Congress(MWC). It provides the smart phones and tablets of today with exemplary gaming performance and allows an all around snappy experience for such a tiny device. The Exynos processors has such great performance it push the Samsung Galaxy S2 and all variants one of the best mobile devices of all time, and even making the recipient of the “Best Smartphone” award, and the maker of the device and processor Samsung “Device Manufacture of the year.” This chipset is so mind boggling it rivals that of netbooks, and even some laptops. In conclusion this is a revolution the the mobile world, since it’s introduction at Mobile World Congress last year it has skyrocketed to the must have of any smartphone. That’s my reasoning behind my demands for the Exynos chipset in my smartphone.

  • computethis99

    I demand only Exynos chips in my phones and tablets because there is no other logical choice. Nothing outperforms Samsung’s Exynos chips for power management, next-gen GPUs for gaming, massive computing power or anything else you need/do. It is a no-brainer. May the power be with you to beam you up too!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000930969653 Kimberly Degener

    I dont care what processor is in it, if its free, I want it hahahaha 

  • JaeLim

    I demand Exynos processor because it’s obviously the most powerful processor and only one that uses ARM GPUs, unlike other processors following Apple in using that power hungry PowerVR. And I also demand it because Samsung disappointed me when they put OMAP 4 crap in my Galaxy Nexus.

    And also 4.65 isn’t big enough for me.

  • Kamesen

    Samsung Exynos and the Galaxy Note: one small tablet-phone, one giant leap for mankind. Power management, next-gen GPU, massive speed!

  • guest212

    because well that is a dumb question. who wouldnt want it 

  • Rolando Caloca Olivares

    I demand better performance and lower power consumption! The world (and apps) are moving to multithreaded world!