Exynos 9810 will be found in Galaxy S9 featuring the same 10nm production

Exynos 9810 is going to be found in the upcoming Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and possibly the Galaxy Note 9, as Samsung announces its latest and greatest chipset for future phones. While there are similarities that you will find when comparing the Exynos 8895 with its successor, such as the 10nm manufacturing process, Samsung claims that there are other things to look forward to.

Exynos 9810 will be found in Galaxy S9 featuring the same same 10nm production

This will include Samsung’s next-generation custom cores which will probably be paired with ARM’s low-power cores in an octa-core package. Alongside this, Samsung has also said that the new chipset will get a new GPU but failed to provide details on this ‘new’ graphics processor.

With a little tweaking, the main processor’s clock speed could go up to 3.0GHz per core, but those are just rumors that need to be confirmed at a later time. The new Exynos 9810 will also be getting a gigabit LTE modem, so this potentially means that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be able to achieve download speeds of 1.2Gbps.

Unfortunately, this is not going to be possible for now because there are no carriers that offer this much bandwidth. At the most, you will get bragging rights with the gigabit LTE modem but it will take years before you can experience such speeds.

The reason for the Exynos 9810 getting an early announcement is quite simple; Samsung plans to release its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ at a much earlier date, hence it is wasting no time in getting to work.

The gigabit LTE modem is a nice feature to have but it is currently an overkill chip that will be found in the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The Exynos 9810 will be in direct competition with the Snapdragon 845, which is also going to be found in these flagship phones.

Let’s see which chipset outperforms which.


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