Samsung Galaxy S10 will get the latest generation of Exynos chip. According to the latest leak, the unit will be called Exynos 9820. It seems that we got to know its partial specification. Is the Galaxy S10 with Exynos 9820 likely to become the most efficient smartphone on the market?
It's true that the launch of flagship smartphones Galaxy S10 has been a few months, but the network thanks to more and more information about them. Samsung probably clearly feels the breath of competition on their backs, so the Galaxy S10 must be unique not only when it comes to design and the camera, but also in terms of performance. How strong will next year's Samsung flagship be?
Galaxy S9 is strong, and what will Galaxy S10 be?
Samsung refreshes components in new devices every year. This year, we saw Exynos 9810 , a very strong unit made in the 10mn process. It consists of four strong cores clocked at 2.7 GHz (though 2.9 GHz was promised) and four core cores with a clock rate of 1.8 GHz. It hit the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +, making these models really strong smartphones.The new processor, which will be in the latest models, is to be even stronger, but we all know that it is not about the numbers, but about the faster operation of the device and the additional possibilities resulting from the introduction of new technologies. Let's get to the merits.
What do we know about Exynos 9820?
As leakster Ice Universe informs in its entry, Samsung's latest Samsung SoC is Exynos 9820 and it is he who is supposed to propel the Galaxy S10. The processor is to use eight cores, in a rather unusual configuration due to DynamIQ support. The CPU will consist of two large Exynos M4 cores, which can be turned up to 3.3 GHz. Two auxiliary cores, medium cores (Cortex-A7x) and four energy-saving Cortex-A55 cores will come to this. The whole will be made in a 7nm technological process. I will add that the system should support 5G connectivity.Complement will be the Mali-G76 GPU, which is to be the first 7-nanometer ARM graphics processor . According to estimates, it will bring a 30% increase in efficiency compared to Mali-G72, and will also reduce energy demand. GPU can have from 4 to 20 cores, and Samsung will reach 18. Exynos 9820 promises to be a really strong SoC. Let's hope, however, that this time Samsung will give up trying to overtake Apple in GeekBench and correct the imperfections of Exynos 9810. source: Phonerena.com