Samsung has unveiled their new flagship smartphone processor, Exynos 9810 which is built on the 10nm process. The processor is expected to be used in the next generation flagship devices starting with Samsung Galaxy S9 which is rumored to be launched by the company in the early Q1 next year.
The latest flagship chipset packs the company’s third-generation custom CPU cores and comes with an upgraded Mali-G72 GPU. It will sport the Cat. 18 6CA, 1.2 Gbps modem, the latest offering by Samsung, which combines 6 carriers, for the first time, for an increased network performance.
As mentioned earlier, the upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S9 will be powered by Exynos 9810 but in some markets such as in the US and China, the smartphone will boast Qualcomm upcoming processor Snapdragon 845.
Samsung also showed off the ISOCELL Slim 2X7 sensor, which was announced earlier. It’s a 24MP sensor with 0.9µm pixels and pixel binning for improved low-light performance.


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