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Timing is everything, and with that in mind, it is certainly no coincidence that Samsung has unveiled its new Exynos 9825 chipset just ahead of the launch of its upcoming Galaxy Note 10 device. The upgraded system-on-chip (SoC) will undoubtedly find its way into Samsung's latest flagship handset, bringing with it a performance bump. The Exynos 9825 is Samsung's first slice of silicon to be manufactured using its 7-nanometer extreme ultraviolet (EUV) low power plus (LPP) lithography. Without taking a deep dive into semiconductor design and production, utilizing EUV wavelengths allows for printing smaller circuits. Samsung announced in October of last year that it had begun mass producing EVU-based... Read more...
Samsung is set to unveil its all-new Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphone family at a Samsung Unpacked event on Wednesday, August 7th. Fortunately, we already know quite a bit about the smartphone so far, which means that this week's unveil is more of a formality at this point.  Processor Up until a few days ago, we were pretty certain about what would power the Galaxy Note 10; now we're not so sure. While we had originally expected that global versions of the smartphones would get the Samsung Exynos 9825 and U.S. phones would get some variant of the Snapdragon 855, Evan Blass threw a monkey wrench into the rumors late last week. According to Blass, while the global versions of the... Read more...
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ launch is just days away, which means that we're getting further refinements on information that has leaked over the past few months. It also means that reliable gadget leaker Evan Blass is providing some updated details on what his sources are whispering into his ear about the new phones. In this case, we're getting some rather surprising news on the SoC that will be powering the Galaxy Note 10 family. It was first rumored that the flagship smartphones destined for the U.S. market would be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC, and then it was thought that the smartphones would use the newly released Snapdragon 855 Plus. Blass is now saying... Read more...
Released around a year ago, the Galaxy Note 9 (shown above) is still an excellent smartphone, though technology moves at a frenetic pace. Both the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (US models) and Samsung's own Exynos 9810 (most international models) are last-generation processors, supplanted by the Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820, respectively. It is expected that the Galaxy Note 10 will leverage the latest and greatest system-on-chip (SoC) silicon that Qualcomm and Samsung have to offer, but there might also be a SKU with an burlier processor. Based on previous leaks and rumors, what we know so far about the Galaxy Note 10 is that it will ship in two display sizes, which would be a first for the Galaxy... Read more...