Samsung Galaxy S10 Might Come With New AI Smart Features, 8K Video Recording [Exynos 9820]

    Samsung has unveiled its next-generation system-on-a-chip for smartphones, the Exynos 9820. The main highlights of the new chip, which is likely to come in Samsung Galaxy S10, is the inclusion of a new Neural Processing Unit (NPU), and 8K video recording support.

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    Samsung Galaxy S10 And Exynos 9820 Combo

    The new Exynos 9820 is built with an 8-nanometer process and has eight CPU cores, coupled with an ARM Mali-G76 graphics processing unit. According to the company, this new chipset is 20% faster in single core tasks and 15% faster in multi-core tasks than its predecessor.

    Samsung Galaxy S10

    Furthermore, the integrated NPU makes the chip seven times faster than the Exynos 9810 when it comes to AI tasks. Not just that, the fast LET modem now allows for 2.0Gbps download speeds and 316 Mbps upload speeds. Other features include 8K video recording at 30fps or 4K video recording at 150fps, as well as support for screen resolutions up to 3,840×2,400 or 4,096×2,160 pixels.

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    This chip is clear hit to Apple’s A12 chip and Huawei’s Kirin 980 chip, both of which are built with a 7nm process and boast similar features, most notably AI improvements. Samsung says the Exynos 9820 should be in mass production by year’s end, which gives the company plenty of time to integrate it with its upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship, which is expected to arrive in February next year.


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