The information that leaked on the Weibo Chinese social networking site suggests that we have met a processor that will drive the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Recent reports from China suggest that we most likely met the processor that will be armed with next year's flagship Samsung Galaxy S9. With information that has emerged on the web, we learn that the heart of the device will be the Exynos 9810 with support for the CMDA standard. The informant did not reveal any additional information that would guide us to speculate on further equipment.The processor could mean a change in Samsung's standards, which would end the use of Snapdragon. Samsung usually released its flagship in two variants – the first equipped with Snapdragon processor and the second one in Exynos . Why? In the United States, it uses the CMDA standard that Exynos did not previously operate, so for the sake of impeccable competition, the South Korean manufacturer had to adapt to local conditions, which also forced the manufacturer to use Snapdragon's technology. Is this a good change? I have the impression that yes – Samsung want to stay at the top will have to develop its own processor, which can translate into even better devices. In spite of all, I have the impression that for a regular user the change will not be noticeable – all the fresh flags usually go smoothly and you can not have more objections to them. Source: Gizchina.com