Samsungs says that a new neural processing unit (NPU) allows the Exynos 9820 to perform AI-based tasks 7 times faster than is possible on the 9810 chip that is in the Galaxy Note 9.
The new chipset also comes with AI-enabled features, as Samsung follows Huawei by putting artificial intelligence at the heart of our smartphones. A "punch hole" description sure does match up to that styling, rather than a drop down notch like we have seen from others.
The new chipset is capable of recording video at 8K at 30 frames per second.
Talking about the CPU, the Exynos 9820 packs 2x 4th gen custom cores, 2x Cortex A75 cores, and 4x Cortex A55 cores. Today, the company has launched the flagship Exynos 9820 SoC as the successor to last year's Exynos 9810 SoC.
The company adds that the processor will go into mass production by the end of this year; that means it could find use in the company's upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship phone.
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Are you looking forward to purchasing Samsung's foldable device? The device could house a dual-camera setup at the back and support a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as well. This would make the sensor more accurate than current in-display sensors - not to mention easier to use.
Everything else that would usually live inside the bezel on a Samsung-branded smartphone - proximity sensors, speaker grill, ambient light sensors, and more - will be moved to the border around the handset, or embedded beneath the display.
But ahead of its highly-anticipated upgrade to Android 9 Pie, the Galaxy S9 has been updated by Samsung. You may not need it, but for those who have a lot of stuff saved on their phones, this will be a welcomed improvement. However, Evan Blass has a solid track record with unreleased Samsung hardware, so we wouldn't be surprised if this was all eerily accurate.