Samsung unveils new AI chipset for 2019 flagships

This could be our earliest look at one of the Galaxy S10 gradient color schemes

With the introduction of the Exynos 9820, we know exactly what to expect from the Galaxy S10 and even the Note 10 (the models that will not be powered by the Snapdragon chip). They consisted of the main camera together with another wide-angle and telephoto cameras which mean that Samsung might be planning to go head-to-head against Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

Other than that, Evan has also shared that the Galaxy S10 might feature three different cameras on its back.

Samsung revealed nothing about what's inside the next year's S10 flagship.

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

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Although the Galaxy S9 launched with Android 8 Oreo, Samsung recently announced its next-generation software skin called One UI that will run over Android 9 Pie.

Not only are the parts cheaper to source, but Samsung is now of the opinion that the quality has greatly improved in recent years, so there is no point in paying more for the same thing. The last premium Android smartphone from the company to feature a flat screen was the Galaxy S7 launched in early 2016. While the United States and Chinese variants will come powered by the all-new 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, the other markets will be getting the Exynos-powered variants.

There has been no shortage of leaks about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S10, but now we have something concrete: details about the Exynos 9820, the processor that will likely power the next Samsung Galaxy handset. With an enhanced architecture design, the Exynos 9820's new fourth-generation custom core delivers around 40 percent improvement in power efficiency when compared to its predecessor. That particular device is rumored to support 5G New Radio connectivity but may only end up being sold in the company's home country.

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