Samsung Starts Production of Exynos Chip for Galaxy S9, the news is just out. The New Year resolution spirit has taken up the Samsung’s resolution to next level. With the startup of the New Year, Samsung Exynos chip featuring in Galaxy S9 is going to make Samsung at its best.
By introducing its latest custom Smartphone processor, Samsung has published some of what we might expect from its next Galaxy S flagship.
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Samsung New Exynos Chip
Samsung is issuing some more Impressive features in Upcoming Galaxy S9. In many of the S Series, you’ll either acquire a top-of-the-line Qualcomm chipset or an in-house Exynos chipset. But now Samsung is Claiming Exynos chip we’ll see powering some variants of the Galaxy S9 the Exynos 9810.
It’s known as the most Powerful Processor of Samsung to date with some really astonishing capabilities.
The company describes “realistic face-tracking filters as well as stronger security when unlocking a device with one’s face” as the major advantages which will be recognizable to most people as headline iPhone X features: Animoji and Face ID as if that wasn’t totally expected.
Well, the spell is not over yet 😀
We can say it an integral part of S9. Samsung says the 9810’s advanced 10nm process allows for a two-fold improvement in single core performance, and a 40% bump in performance when it comes to multi-core performance.
The Octa-core chipset is capable of achieving speeds of a whopping 2.9GHz.
It is constructed around the predominant architecture among Android phones, four performance processor cores, now reaching speeds up to 2.9GHz, and four efficiency cores for extending battery life when less power is required.
Samsung’s Exynos Chip Similarities to iPhone
Samsung has likely based its designs on the Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55 announced by the Acorn RISC Machines lately became (Advanced RISC Machines), in the middle of last year, both of which have put a priority on improving and advancing machine-learning processes and things like augmented and fundamental reality.
Aren’t these more iPhone Similarities?
The Samsung’s Press release mentions using aural networks for “accurately recognizing people or items in photos for fast image searching or categorization, or through depth sensing, scan a user’s face in 3D for hybrid face detection.
Samsung’s press release does also mention that the 9810 features a “separate security processing unit” which is designed to safely secure facial recognition and fingerprint sensor data.
As, I promised that there is more so, here it comes!
Another impressive aspect of the Exynos 9810 is its multimedia capabilities. The extra power combines with dedicated image processing and an upgraded multi-format codec to produce an improved image and video stabilization up to UHD. Samsung also says it will improve its portrait mode, as well as low-light photography.
One of the most interesting new aspects, something we’ve not seen on any devices to date, is the ability to record UHD video at an incredible 120 frames per second. Samsung is also using new recording formats to improve quality.
With 10-bit HEVC (high-efficiency video coding) and VP9 support, the MFC can render 1,024 different tones for each primary color (red, green and blue).
This translates to a vast 1.07 billion possibilities of colors, or 64 times the previous 8-bit color format’s 16.7 million. With a much wider color range and more accurate color fidelity, users will be able to create and enjoy the highly absorptive content.
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Computer-aided drafting leaks and rumors suggest the S9 will retain the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, now located underneath a new-dual camera setup instead of being positioned alongside a single lens, as it was on the S8.
The change of location is apparently to make accidentally smudging the lens with fingerprints less likely, but as expected, Samsung will not be building fingerprint recognition into the OLED display. Otherwise, the general design of the Galaxy S9 looks largely similar to the S8.
For over a year leading up to the iPhone X, rumors ran flagrant about Touch ID being placed under the display, or on the back or side of the device. But Apple has said those reports are erroneous. In perhaps the biggest signal of its confidence in the security of its authentication methods, rumors suggest Apple will remove Touch ID on all iPhones launched in 2018 in favor of Face ID.
No need to bother as with previous years, Samsung’s new Galaxy S series of phones are expected to launch at the annual Mobile World Congress in next month.
Fingers Crossed for this revolution in Samsung’s World!