Samsung is one of the few companies in the smartphone space that can build its own handset, right from the basic parts all the way to the AI used in the same. This is majorly due to the fact that the company has its own production line for all components. The chipset is one of the most important components and Samsung has its own range called, Exynos. Today, we have received fresh information regarding the next-generation of these chipsets thanks to tipster @UniverseIce.

 

The chipsets in question are the Samsung Exynos 7885 and 9610. Apart from this, the chipset powering the Galaxy S9 was also revealed, the 9810.
Samsung Exynos 9
The Exynos 7885 will be manufactured on Samsung’s 14 LPE node and has the following specifications,
  • 2 xCortex-A73 + 6 xCortex A-53 CPU cores
  • Max CPU clockspeed ~2.1GHz
  • Full Netcom
  • Mali G71 GPU

The first handset to feature this chipset would be the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018).

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Next up is the Samsung Exynos 9610 with the following specifications,

  • 4 xCortex-A73 + 4 xCortex-A53 CPU cores
  • Max CPU clockspeed ~2.4GHz
  • Mali G71 GPU
  • Full Netcom

One of the major differences between the Exynos 9610 and the 7885 is the fact that the former is manufactured on Samsung’s newer 10nm LP node. Thus, making the 9610 by far the more powerful and efficient of the two processors.

Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with Exynos 9810 SoC whose details are yet to be revealed.

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Abhay Masand
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