The South Korean company confirms the launch of its next-generation Exynos 9810 chipset on January 4. Samsung took its official Exynos Twitter account to announce the new chipset. We expected the launch in CES 2018, but Samsung has different plans and is launching it few days ahead.
SnapDragon Chipset was the popular processor that powers almost all smartphones. But, Samsung prefers to manufacture their own mobile chips, Exynos for their devices.
The Next-Gen Chipset comes in with significant upgrades to its predecessor, Exynos 8895 processor that powers Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
The Twitter post says “Discover #TheNextExynos that goes beyond a component. Stay tuned.”
About Nex-Gen Exynos Chip
There is a very little known about the Exynos chip except for its launch date. Samsung didn’t even share the name of the upgraded Exynos chip. Few hints suggest it to be Exynos 9810 and may debut its presence in the upcoming Galaxy S9 Series.
Last month, Samsung already revealed few details of Exynos 9810 platform. It suggests that chipset may have a third generation CPU core, upgraded Graphical processing Unit and 18 LTE Modem. From the word “Beyond a component” we can understand that Samsung is likely to integrate AI technology into the new Exynos 9810.
Something about Samsung Galaxy S9 Series
Samsung is planning to unveil the new flagship smartphones Galaxy S9, S9 Plus and Note 9 in February 2018. The S9 series may have the same design as S8 but may differ in its internal specs. It holds in a new processor, new dual camera setup and other exciting features.
Both Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus were certified by FCC (Federal Communications Commission) on December 27. So, the launch of these flagship versions is not so far.
With its Unveil is just a week away, we can get more information about this Next-Gen Chipset Exynos 9810 very soon.
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