Samsung Exynos 9 Series 9810 SoC Launched || with next-gen CPU and GPU

Samsung sort of announced its latest Exynos chipset: Exynos 9810. There were a lot of rumors stating that this Exynos 9810 will be powering the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but looking at the specs that Samsung listed, we are not sure.


Samsung Exynos 9810; Galaxy S9?

Although the newest chipset comes second generation process, which gives out more refined and offers higher performance with lower power draw. But at the downside, it comes with the same old 10nm production node.

According to some reports, the chipsets used in the Galaxy S9 will be of 7nm in case of Snapdragon 845 for the US and an 8nm in the case of Exynos models. That’s not what Exynos 9810 is offering (at least at this point in time).

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Exynos 9810

The 9810 chipset comes with 3-rd generation custom CPU cores, upgraded GPU and gigabit LTE modem with industry-first 6CA support, which will apparently give out more powerful graphics subsystem and the 6CA promises to give out 1.2Gbps.

Samsung is ready for the upcoming 5G era. Samsung hinted that Samsung mobile processor will be adopting the new Cat.18 6CA supported LTE modem technology. Now, we have to see whether there will be another 9810 made with 8nm production node. Stay tuned.

The Exynos 9810 will use Samsung’s latest 1.2Gbps modem (Cat. 18 6CA). This modem combines 6 carriers (an industry first) for increased performance.

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The company 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.

There was another tech on the PC-side of things. The 16Gb GDDR6 memory chips offer double the capacity of the older memory chips while working on a lower voltage. There was also an 8TB NVMe SSD that can transfer half a petabyte per second (obviously meant for datacenters).

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