Samsung will soon reveal the Galaxy S10 processor. The tech giant has confirmed through its official social media account that it will be revealing its next flagship smart phone’s processor chip on November 14. Galaxy S9 and Note 9 are powered by Exynos 9810. The next smart phone will be using the first 7nm EUV dual core NPU chipset. This chip has embedded AI design to work with the ISP and enhance the photographs being taken by the camera of the phone.
The Exynos 9820 will feature Artificial Intelligence. Through this, Galaxy S10 will have better speech recognition, scene recognition and procession. This would be Samsung’s first commercial version of chipset that will make Galaxy S10 way more intelligent and powerful than any of its smart phone in the series. The Exynos 9820 will be the Samsung’s first chip to use EUV lithography technology. This process technology will reduce the power consumption up to 50 and performance growth will reach up to 20 percent.
According to Samsung, its next Exynos chip will feature “Intelligence from within”. The processor is going to have its own dedicated neural processing unit with dual core artificial chip. This will enable the Galaxy S10 to perform more complex Artificial intelligence tasks. Chip will also have the ability to complete machine learning tasks. This chip will have two AI enabled cores. EUV would give it a new exposure process that let detailed implementation of semiconductor circuit patterns.
Rumors suggest that the new Exynos processor will support 5G as well. This may mean 5G support by Galaxy S10. Samsung hasn’t revealed any further information about dual core Exynos processor right now. But as the official launch is just few days away, we don’t have to wait for too long.