Every year Samsung reveals to the world a new high-end, bringing with it a new Exynos processor, and the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be no different. The South Korean giant has already proven to be one of the best processor makers, for example the performance that today, almost a year after its launch, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is still able to shoulder with much newer top devices. , thanks a lot to the Exynos 8890 that equips.
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For the new Samsung Galaxy S8, many rumors pointed to its processor following the name “Exynos 8895”, perhaps as a logical sequence to the processor. flagship last year. However, today a new teaser from the South Korean manufacturer, where it reveals that the 9th generation of Exynos processors is coming soon.
Rumors linked to Samsung's production of processors will have already revealed that the brand would be working on chipsets with 10nm manufacturing method. The structure of the most powerful Exynos 9 should be the result of Samsung's own four-core M2 combo running at a frequency of 2.5 GHz, joining these with four other ARM A53 cores with a lower frequency of 1.7 GHz.
To aid the processor and guarantee you the best graphics performance will be an ARM Mali-G71 GPU. Given the past of Exynos processors, it is safe to say that this new chipset is expected to raise the bar between high-end handsets, with Apple A10 Fusion, HiSilicon Kirin 960 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 as its main rivals, with the arrival coming soon.
Remember that Samsung's work in this field has already secured a new partnership with one of the world's most renowned car manufacturers, Audi, which results in its vehicles using the Exynos to integrate their navigation systems. The excellence of these products is manifest mainly, of course, in the market. mobile, but given their new market reach, it's no wonder the brand is promoting its new generation Exynos 9.
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