It is designed for 8 core processor using Samsung’s ARM Cortex-based third-generation architecture having 4x 2.9GHz custom Exynos M3 CPUs for performance and 4x ARM A55 CPUs for optimized efficiency. Whereas, multi-core performance will be boosted by “around 40 percent” compared to the Exynos 8895.
Samsung emphasized that the new chip will be much better at AI, improving face detection, image recognition and other deep learning activities.
When it comes to streaming of “high-quality virtual reality content”, the Exynos 9810 has downlink and uplink speed of up to 1.2Gbps (LTE Cat.18 6CA) and 200Mbps (LTE Cat.18 2CA) respectively.
New projects from Samsung’s lab include a personal directional speaker and smart glasses that use the Gear VR headset.
Of course, powering apps isn’t all this new Exynos 9810 will do.
The Exynos chipset is launching soon and we’re expecting it to be ready on the next-gen Galaxy S9.
We’ve known for a while about the Exynos 9810 processor, as Samsung mentioned it in early November when it announced that its CES 2018 innovation awards.
We’d not be in the slightest bit surprised if Samsung’s next flagship phone came with more advanced facial recognition security and improved iris scanner, which could be used to authenticate things like Android Pay purchases as well as unlocking a handset.
With that extra power and efficiency, the 9810 is capable of powering impressive features on the Galaxy S9. Obviously you’ll need the right network to actually support those technologies, but with Apple taking the decision to not activate LTE Advanced in the iPhone X, it could make the Galaxy S9 significantly faster online.
Speaking of enhanced security, the Exynos 9810 also comes with a separate security processing unit created to keep biometric data (such as fingerprint, iris, and facial scans) safe and out of reach. It also supports playback of 4K videos at 120fps. Samsung appears to be positioning the chip to be able to support new wireless standards and speeds in development, especially to be able to handle increased loads from higher definition video streams.
As each organization’s processor turns out to be more refined and custom-made to specific applications, this may in the long run prompt a discontinuity of highlights and capacities in Samsung’s own particular lead. The processor has also upped the ante when it comes to cellular performance with its 1.2Gbps LTE modem.
An upgraded multi-format codec (MFC) support enables energy-efficient image and video processing and video stabilization up to UHD resolution.