Samsung has revealed the Exynos 9825, the processor that may likely power the Galaxy Note 10 launching later today. It is the first smartphone chip built using 7-nanometer EUV (excessive ultra-violet) silicon manufacturing that Samsung unveiled again in October 2018. The chip is nearly similar to the Exynos 9820, which was built utilizing 8-nanometer LPP tech. The new chip will probably be extra, powerful, and efficient. However, Samsung has but to say by how much.
The Exynos 9825 has the similar to Cheetah M4 cores and Mali-G76 GPU as the 9820, but Samsung has not listed the die size or sure key processor CPU and GPU speeds. It did say, nevertheless, that the GPU would run at a higher clock velocity, so it’ll outperform its ancestor, especially for mobile gaming.
Other characteristics on the chip are a 4G LTE modem that tops out at 2Gbps and Samsung’s “neural processing unit” that can power AI photography and enlarged reality features. 5G will not be built into the processor, so Samsung will possibly use its Exynos Modem 5100 for Note 10 – 5G variants.
Samsung’s Exynos 9820, emphasized mainly in Korean variants of the Galaxy S10, was significantly more extensive and less energy efficient than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip powering US Galaxy S10 models. That’s 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.
Samsung has likely reduced that gap, though again, it did not say by how a lot. The corporation might be saving the news for the Galaxy Note 10 launch, though at this point, it appears likely that US versions will feature the Snapdragon 855 processor, as usual.