Samsungs is going to unveil its Galaxy S10 processor on November 14 which will also be the successor of the Exynos 9810 processor. The same has been confirmed by the South Korean Giant on its Twitter account and its next flagship chipset will be announced next week and which would be powering the companies next-generation flagship smartphones. It is not sure, what the chipset will be named as of now but considering the tradition of the company, it will be called as Exynos 9820.
The Galaxy S10 processor will be the companies first Exynos SoC which will be produced on its advanced 7nm LPP process that relies on the EUV lithography technology. This process technology will be improving 50 percent power consumption and also a 20 percent gain in performance as claimed by Samsung. Moreover, Samsung also teased that its next chipset will be featuring “intelligence from within” which hints at a neural unit for the chip.
Few previous reports suggested the same about the neural processing unit and the now it is also expected that the chipset will be having a dual-core artificial intelligence SoC and will be performing more complex AI and machine learning task making it more intelligent. The processor will be able to support the 5G modem and the company has been working Exynos 5100 modem which can bring the 5G capability to the smartphone.
Few reports suggest that Galaxy S10 will be coming with a separate model which will be 5G enabled. Well, the company has not mentioned anything until yet and we have to wait a few more days until the launch when it gets unveiled completely at the launch event. Comment in the section below if you have more queries on the same, and share your views on it. Do stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.