Samsung revealed the Exynos 9810 chipset at the beginning of 2018, but everyone is already talking about 5G development. Qualcomm, as previously reported, will unveil a 5G Snapdragon modem next year and will start employing it into smartphones. According to the latest information, though, Samsung’s in-house Exynos platform is heading that way as well with the Exynos 9820. According to the leak, a Samsung Electronics employee is working on the Exynos 9820 project since January 2018 on various tasks like CPU validation, Debug architecture and solving issues. The same worker is also…
As usual, Samsung has launched not one but two Galaxy S9 versions. Most of the world gets the one with Samsung’s own Exynos 9810, while for North America and China the phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845. If you’ve been wondering how these two would fare in a classic YouTube speed test, here’s your answer. The video starts off with the launch of a set selection of apps – one by one. As soon as one has fully loaded, the Home button is pressed and then it’s on to the next app (or game). The first “lap” is won by the Snapdragon version, which outdid the Exynos model by…
Samsung Electronics announced a new application processor (AP), the Exynos 7 9610. Manufactured on Samsung’s 10nm FinFET process, it offers premium features to mid-tier smartphones, boasting deep learning-based image processing and slow-motion video capture capabilities.
Comprised of four Cortex-A73 cores clocked at 2.3GHz and four Cortex-A53s at 1.6GHz, plus a Mali-G72 GPU, multimedia is the focus with the Exynos 7 9610. The highlight here is the neural network engine powering the improved image and vision processing.
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Samsung today introduced Exynos 7 Series 9610 processor, successor of Exynos 7885 that powers the latest Galaxy A8 and A8+. It is based on the 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology, and has eight-core CPU with four of Cortex-A73 CPU cores along with other four Cortex-A53 cores. It also supports slow motion video recording at 480 frames per second (fps), and has AI features such as vision image processing unit based on a deep-learning technology and image processing with a neural network engine for more intelligently enhanced face detection, as well as single camera out-focusing and augmented low-light images. It also has advanced face detection feature that enables the camera to recognize faces that are either not facing forward or partially covered with objects like hair or a hat. With smart depth sensing, bokeh or out-focused portraits can be taken with a single camera. Through cleverly merging multiple frames, vision and image processing enhances the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and brightness that can improve pictures taken in low-light environments. Highlights of Samsung Exynos 9 Series 9810 SoC Based on the 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology Octa-Core CPU with 4x 2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 cores and 4x 1.6GHz Cortex-A53 cores ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU UFS 2.1, eMMC 5.1, LPDDR4x RAM Advanced ISP and MFC with …
Samsung has just announced its latest Exynos 9610 SoC – it’s part of the Exynos 7 series, which typically powers upper mid-range smartphones such as company’s A lineup. The new Exynos 9610 has an octa-core processor with 4x Cortex-A73 cores running at 2.3GHz and 4x Cortex-A53 ones clocked at 1.6GHz. The GPU in charge of graphics is Mali-G72MP3, a good upgrade over the Mali-G71MP2 in the previous Series 7 chip. The Exynos 9610 has a new ISP with support for 4K @ 120fps video recording and Full HD @ 480fps slow-mo capturing. A camera coupled with this SoC will be able of stacking…
Here’s how you can force Android 8.x Oreo update on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Exynos version of the handset right now.
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You can now download TWRP custom recovery for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Exynos models. Here are the details.
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The Galaxy S9 and S9+ launch day is upon us, and with it comes one invaluable tool for all your modders, tinkerers, and free spirits out there: TWRP support. TeamWin’s is now the best custom recovery you can flash on any device and support for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ was inevitable. But just in case you were a teeny bit worried it might get delayed, we’re here to let you know those fears are unfounded.
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Just as it did after the unveiling of the Galaxy S8/S8+, Samsung has published the kernel sources for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. But this time around, the company has gone ahead and released the code for the Exynos and Snapdragon models at the same time.
Of course, these won’t be of much use to the everyday consumer. To a developer, though, this means that custom development can commence.
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Samsung announced the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ at MWC 2018 and we are in Barcelona to report on the performance of the new flagships. We got our hands on a Samsung Galaxy S9 with a model number SM-G960F, meaning it comes with an in-house Exynos 9810 chipset. Not all phones will get the Korean processor though – the US and the Chinese markets will receive a version with Snapdragon 845 on board. Samsung Galaxy S9 vs. Samsung Galaxy S8 Before presenting the benchmark results, first we have to explain the chipset we are dealing with. The Exynos 9810 is the latest Samsung SoC, built…