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The Chinese manufacturer has leveraged every little bit of its relationship with Samsung to supplement these phones with top displays and specs.
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.
The Meizu PRO 7's rear screen gets a good showing with some teaser pictures of the phone in a box from a company senior vice president.
Samsung's disappointment with Qualcomm's TSMC partnership for the Snapdragon 845 shouldn't deprive the Galaxy S9 from the best possible SoC.
It's unlocked and is ready to ship to your door. And it doesn't necessarily have to cost more than a Snapdragon-powered (arguably inferior) unit.
The Galaxy S8 will use either the Snapdragon 835 or the Exynos 8895 chipset, depending on the region. Samsung isn't making enough of them.
The Snapdragon 835 gets official benchmark runs against Snap 821, 820, Exynos 8890 and Kirin 960 devices. And the numbers look good... for a reference bed.
Recent word claimed without reason that the Galaxy S8 wouldn't get a global release for another week. Not so, says this analyst who's been around the block.
All of these chipsets that will be in smartphones from every big name manufacturer this year use a 10nm fabrication that hasn't worked out at factories.
Samsung wants us all to know its spanking new Exynos 9 Series 8895 processor supports dual camera functionality, but what does that mean for the Galaxy S8?
Yes, Samsung at MWC 2017 is something you'll want to see in spite of the Galaxy S8 almost certainly not being at the event. Watch it live here.
The Exynos 9 series of application processors starts off with a chip, its name starting with an "8". We can make sense of this, do not worry.
Not only will Samsung likely hog the Snapdragon 835, but possibly equip the Galaxy S8 in some markets with a crazy powerful new Exynos 9-series SoC.
It's still hard to predict if the upcoming Exynos 8895 processor will be faster or slower than the Snapdragon 835, though both look like beasts on paper.
Brace yourselves for the Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 830... well, brace now and keep bracing until early next year when the next flagship phones are out.
You can get a 4K display and two rear cameras on your next Galaxy S8, but you're going to have to pay dearly for it, just as with the iPhone 7 Plus.
Samsung is likely to bet the farm on the (very) early 2017-expected Galaxy S8 after Note 7 scandals, with everything but the kitchen sink in tow.
A South Korean employee is told to have shuttled trade documents relating to the Exynos chipsets on current and future smartphones, including the Galaxy S8.