Samsung has demonstrated a mobile processor Exynos 9820. The chipset is designed for flagship smartphones, the first of which is likely to be the Galaxy S10.
The new processor is manufactured using 8-nanometer technology Low Power Plus FinFE. It consists of eight cores: four core Cortex-A55, two core Cortex-A75 and two modified fourth generation cores. Due to this, Exynos 9820 has become faster by 15% in multi-core tasks and by 20% with a decrease in power consumption by 40% in single-core tasks.
As for graphics, the ARM Mali-G76 MP12 accelerator is responsible for it, increasing performance by 40% and reducing power consumption by 35%. The processor is also equipped with a neural computing module NPU (Neural Processing Unit), which should speed up the algorithms of artificial intelligence by seven times compared with its predecessor.
The chipset has received support for LTE-Advanced Pro Cat. 20 with download speeds of up to 2 Gbps, 4K displays, and the ability to encode and decode video in 8K format at 30 frames per second.
Mass production of Exynos 9820 will begin until the end of 2018. Galaxy S10 with a new processor due in February 2019.
Earlier, Yandex could announce its own smartphone next week. A press conference at which the company will present a novelty, to be held on November 19.