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Samsung officially announced the Exynos 7904 mobile application processor, an octa-core chip, designed especially for the Indian market.
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The expected model number of the device has appeared on Samsung's Swedish support databank and it's one bearing an Exynos chipset.
The company itself has already culled down estimates on sales and revenue, but investors are wringing their hands over innovation.
The first Exynos 9810-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark has surfaced online a full two months after the Snapdragon 845 variant also flexed its pre-release Geekbench muscle.
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Samsung's in-house Exynos processors, currently powering exclusively Galaxy devices and a few Meizu phones, may soon expand to handsets made by more companies, including ZTE.
It's quicker to drain relative to a Galaxy S9 powered by a Qualcomm chip and quicker compared to the iPhone X, Huawei P10 and other phones. So what gives? Samsung says not much.
No, the Exynos 9610 is technically not an ultra-high-end new mobile processor, but it does include plenty of "premium" features and capabilities.
Samsung waited for the Meizu M6s smartphone announcement before listing the full and very respectable specs of the Exynos 5 Series 7872 processor.
Samsung claims that its new mobile processor is "beyond a component," but it'll do most of the proofing at an event very shortly.
Samsung's "latest" 10nm-based flagship processor is called Exynos 9810, most likely looking at a commercial debut on the Galaxy S9 in certain regions.
And it's not just the Galaxy Note 8's camera — the S8- and S7-types can get in on this madness as well. It's best if you have an Exynos version.
Samsung's mid-ranger smartphones could be in for an upgrade as soon as early next year. Silicon with near top-tier specifications is due out.
Samsung has taken up pretty much all of the Snapdragon 845 chips for the start of the year, when the Galaxy S9 may launch with... Moto Mods?
Samsung publicly acknowledges, at least in front of investors, that the Galaxy Note 8 will be great for multimedia. Based on its track record, why not?
An internal third-gen Samsung VR prototype has been showcased in Shanghai recently with an "all-in-one" design and eye tracking functionality.
Samsung's disappointment with Qualcomm's TSMC partnership for the Snapdragon 845 shouldn't deprive the Galaxy S9 from the best possible SoC.
Silicon may be a boring topic for consumers, but smaller and more efficient chip processes mean that device OEMs can fit more into phones.