Samsung has recently unveiled that it would be using Exynos 9825 as the processor in the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. Report says that the processor which the South Korean tech giant is using in Note 10 is the first smartphone chip built using 7-nanometer EUV (extreme ultra-violet) silicon manufacturing. Samsung unveiled the Exynos 9825 in October 2018.
We have reports that the Exynos 9825, which Samsung is using in its flagship is pretty much identical to the Exynos 9820, which was built using 8-nanometer LPP tech. The new chip in the Note 10 will be more efficient and powerful, which will make the smartphone worth its price.
Talking about the technical specifications of the processor, the Exynos 9825 comes with the same Cheetah M4 cores and Mali-G76 GPU which the Exynos 9820 comes equipped with, but Samsung hasn’t listed the die size or certain key processor CPU and GPU speeds. Still, there are reports that the GPU is capable of running at higher clock speed. Also, comparing the performance when it comes to mobile gaming, it will surely outperform its predecessor.
Other feature of the Exynos 9825 which is worth mentioning are 4G LTE modem that tops out at 2Gbps. Also, the chip includes Samsung’s “neural processing unit” that has been equipped to power AI photography and augmented reality features. As the chip does not support 5G, therefore Samsung is expected to use its Exynos Modem 5100 for the Note 10 variants that will be 5G enabled.
There are still a lot of details that Samsung has saved for itself and is expected to reveal following the launch of the product. There are reports that the Galaxy Note 10 in the US will be equipped with Snapdragon 855 processor.