Ahead of the Galaxy Note 10 launch, Samsung has revealed its Exynos 9825 processor. This chip is expected to power the company’s upcoming new smartphone, while also being their first 7-nanometer processor. Graphical performance will be maximized, resulting in fast loading times and an overall boost in speed. Battery life is also expected to be improved, making this a huge improvement, overall.
It’s worth noting that the 9825 won’t offer 5G support out of the box, but it will be able to hit those speeds if paired with an Exynos Modem 51500. These Exynos processors are typically found in Samsung’s global variants of their phones, with Snapdragon processors being the staple in the US.
The following is a breakdown of the Exynos 9825:
CPU: 2x M4 @ 2.73 GHz / 2x Cortex A75 @ 2.4 GHz / 4x Cortex A55 @ 1.95 GHz
GPU: Mali G76MP12 @ ? MHz
Memory Controller: 4x 16-bit CH LPDDR4X @ 2093MHz
ISP: Rear – 22MP / Front – 22MP / Dual – 16MP+16MP
Media: 8K30 & 4K150 encode & decode H.265/HEVC, H.264, VP9
Integrated Modem: Shannon 5000 Integrated LTE (category 20/13) / DL= 2000 Mbps 8x20MHz CA, 256-QAM / UL = 316 Mbps 3x20MHz CA, 256-QAM
Mfc. Process: Samsung 7nm LPP (EUV)
We’ll bring you more information on the Galaxy Note 10 as it becomes available, so be sure to stay tuned for that.