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In a little over two weeks from now, Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S10 product family, and if the rumors and leaks up to this point turn out to be true, there will be at least three variants—Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus. How fast will the Galaxy 10 be? A newly leaked benchmark run on Geekbench may give us a hint. As always, we have to take these things with a grain of salt—it's not that difficult to fake the specs in a Geekbench listing. That said, given how close we are to Samsung's official launch, it's not surprising to see more benchmark scores leak out. In this case, the model name in the listing is "Samsung SM-G975F," which is believed to be the Galaxy S10... Read more...
A new benchmark published by Twitter user Ice Universe may give us our first look at the power inside of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone flagship. Samsung's Galaxy S10 Plus will utilize the company's new Exynos 9820, which is a rather complex and unique SoC. It has eight CPU cores split into three groups. Two of the cores use ARM's Cortex-A75 architecture, and there are two cores based on a custom CPU architecture designed by Samsung. The last four cores all use the Cortex-A55 architecture and are intended for low-power tasks. The Exynos 9820 also has a powerful GPU based on ARM's Mali-G76 architecture with 12 EUs. Samsung also added an NPU, which is a specialized processing unit... Read more...
Samsung on Wednesday rolled out a new flagship Exynos 9 series 9820 system-on-chip (SoC) for mobile devices. Likely destined for the Galaxy S10, the Exynos 9820 brings together eight processor cores bolstered by a neural processing unit (NPU), making it equipped for on-device artificial intelligence applications. Sporting an enhanced architecture design, the Exynos 9820 features a tri-cluster architecture consisting of two fourth generation custom CPU cores for "ultimate processing power," a pair of ARM Cortex-A75 cores for "optimal performance," and four Cortex-A55 cores for "greater efficiency." An intelligent task scheduler juggles workloads appropriately, resulting in what Samsung claims... Read more...
Samsung may be getting ready to announce its next-generation Exynos 9820 system-on-chip (SoC), if a recent Twitter post is any indication. The South Korean electronics maker posted a teaser image to its Samsung Exynos account, and it shows a mystery chip emerging from the side of an unidentified smartphone, perhaps the Galaxy S10. To be clear, Samsung has not yet announced a Galaxy S10 smartphone, nor has it said anything about a Exynos 9820 processor. However, there have been several rumors pointing to the latter, dating back to at least this past June when notorious leaker Ice Universe claimed the Exynos 9820's Mongoose M4 cores would deliver performance "far beyond" that of ARM's Cortex-A76... Read more...
Among the many market segments that Samsung competes in, the company builds its own custom processors based on ARM's architectural designs. You know these as "Exynos" chips and they are often found in the international versions of Samsung's flagship smartphones. Samsung's next top-tier chipset, the Exynos 9820, will take performance to a new level and is said to be faster than ARM's recently introduced Cortex-A76. That's a pretty big deal, considering the Cortex-A76 is the latest and greatest from ARM. As we discussed in a previous article, the Cortex-A76 represents ARM's most radical overhaul over previous designs to date. It's a brand new architecture that brings decisive improvements to power... Read more...