Samsung optimizes Exynos 9 Series 9810 for AI applications, multimedia content

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The one convoluting factor with Samsung is its ongoing utilization of Qualcomm's chips in a few nations, which, on account of the Galaxy S9, will most likely mean the organization will depend on the Snapdragon 845 close by its most recent Exynos.

According to Samsung, Exynos 9810 now features stronger security and takes advantage of deep learning in order to improve the security features that we will eventually get to experience in the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.

Exynos 9810 boasts custom CPU cores, an upgraded GPU, and advanced machine-learning and image-processing capabilities. The processor has a brand new eight-core CPU under its hood, four of which are third-generation custom cores that can reach 2.9 gigahertz (GHz), with the other four optimized for efficiency.

Samsung's Exynos 9810 SoC sports a 3rd generation custom CPU that Samsung has upgraded with wider pipelines and optimised cache memory.

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Samsung's new Exynos 9810 processor teases what its Galaxy S9/S9+ and even Note 9 might feature: "hybrid face detection" which scans users' faces in 3D. For added security, the processor has a separate security processing unit to safeguard vital personal data such as facial, iris and fingerprint information.

The Exynos 9810 is massively efficient too, being built using Samsung's 10nm FinFET process, and it will also pack in support for ultra-fast LTE, though the main event will neural network-based learning and stronger security for the handsets it powers.

The Exynos 9 Series 9810, to give it its full title, is relatively sure to figure at the core of the forthcoming Galaxy S9.

It also features a 1.2-gigabits-per-second LTE modem, which will make it easier to broadcast high-definition video, or videos in newer formats such as 360-degree video. The 4×4 MIMO (Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output) and 256-QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) scheme of the modem help to maximize the transfer rate by utilizing the enhanced Licensed-Assisted Access (eLAA) technology. With faster and more energy-efficient image and visual processing, users will see advanced stabilization for images and video of up to UHD resolution, real-time out-of-focus photography in high resolution and brighter pictures in low light with reduced noise and motion blur. Which also includes ability to record 4K videos at 120 frames per second.

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