Samsung announces its Exynos 9810 Chip, Comes with 10nm Architecture
A few weeks back a big processor making giant Qualcomm has announced its all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, and one of the biggest property of this chip is that it is based on the all-new 10nm architecture, it packs enough power to compete against the likes of Kirin 970, A11 Bionic, etc. To give this processor a tough competition Samsung has announced its player in the market, and it is the Exynos 9810 chip, so without making any further delay let’s know more about it.
Samsung has launched its Exynos 9-series chipset long back in 2017, those processors are powering the Galaxy-S8 series, and now new players of the same series are official which will power the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9-series. One of the best property of this new processor is that it is too based on the 10nm architecture which means better performance from the previous series and even better battery backup from the previous series of devices.
When it comes to cores, it houses a total of eight cores out of which 4 x cores are custom powerful and the remaining 4 x power saving cores, in combination they offer stable performance and exceptional multi-tasking capabilities. This chip also supports Face Unlocking, Depth sensing, neural-based learning, etc. This is the first processor to offer 1GB LTE modem support, though we still don’t know that does it can record slo-mo videos in 240fps similar to what latest iPhones can do or not. The processing power of the chipset is better which means it will also affect the camera quality by a margin as it will process videos and photos faster with great refinement. The Galaxy S9-series devices will come powered by both Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 depending upon the regions you live.