Samsung Announces Exynos 9825 With 5G Connectivity, AI Features and More

Samsung Announces Exynos 9825 With 5G Connectivity, AI Features and More

That's likely because the Exynos 9820 was built using Samsung's 8-nanometer LPP tech, while the Snapdragon 855 was manufactured using TSMC's 7-nanometer, non-EUV process. This is a significant update to the SoC when compared to the Exynos 9820 chipset which was built on an 8nm process and was featured in the current flagship Galaxy S10 series.

It's finally time for Samsung to take the wraps off of the Galaxy Note 10. The chipset's CPU runs on a 2-2-4 configuration; that's a dual-core custom Mongoose CPU, dual-core Cortex-A75, and quad-core Cortex-A55.

While the same tri-cluster core architecture from the Exynos 9820 is preserved, the exact clock speeds for the CPUs and ARM Mali-G76 GPU will be announced with the official Note 10 launch later today.

SAMSUNG HAS SHOWN OFF its latest mobile chip the Exynos 9825, mere moments ahead of the Galaxy Note 10 launch. Morevover, the Exynos 9825 SoC comes with 5G capabilites with Exynos Modem 5100, developed by Samsung alongside the conventional 4G LTE capabilities. Oh, and it supports up to 8K Ultra HD video encoding and decoding and is 5G ready.

With two screen sizes of 6.3 inches and 6.8 inches, the Note 10 boasts enhanced video effects such as augmented reality and stabilization modes, and a front-facing camera centrally located at the top of the display for better selfies. On a side note, the chipset still supports LPDDR4X memory and USF3.0 and UFS2.1 storage.

In the case of Samsung, the NPU will aid the Exynos 9825 with AI processing and other tasks, such as object recognition, photo optimisation.

Samsung also promises to use the NPU to improve phone performance by recognizing the smartphone owner's usage patterns and enable much faster app pre-loading. Stay tuned for more details about the handset, but considering all the leaks, we won't have any surprises.

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