Exynos 9820 set to give Samsung Galaxy S10 a big performance boost


Samsung has been rumored to be planning to include one in a Galaxy phone since the S8, and it may finally be ready to with the Galaxy S10.

The new report goes in contrary to the previous rumours which stated that only the Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note 9 are eligible to get upgraded to Samsung's own One UI. The Exynos 9820 is an intelligent powerhouse with a separate hardware AI-accelerator, or NPU, which performs AI tasks around seven times faster than the predecessor.

The new chipset is capable of recording video at 8K at 30 frames per second.

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.

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The confirmation of Exynos 9820 comes hours after reliable leakster Evan Blass, better known by his social media handle @evleaks, revealed some juicy new tidbits about the upcoming Galaxy S10 handsets, which will purportedly be unveiled at MWC next year.

Are you looking forward to purchasing Samsung's foldable device? Going that route could be hard for some Galaxy fans to swallow, so it wouldn't surprise us in the least if Samsung tried to downplay the move with a smaller notch, or punch hole, as it were. That means you will be able to find a 12MP sensor with a variable f/1.5 - f/2.4 aperture lens and a 12MP camera with 2X optical telephoto lens. The device will be supporting up to 22MP single sensors or 16MP + 16MP dual sensors.

According to the US Trademark and Patent Office document filed by Samsung, its fullscreen in-display fingerprint scanner uses a secondary, low-power processor to work.

Samsung will roll out the new One UI for these phones, which is based on Android 9.0 Pie GSMArena has shared links to the three phones with their WiFi Alliance's certification, which lists the model number and details about the version of Android running on the phones, among other things.