Samsung launches Exynos 9810 which runs at 2.9GHz and features advanced machine learning that enables a smarter chipset
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will feature the Exynos 9810 eventually, which Samsung has officially launched today and provides a fair bit of detail related to its performance and other features that we can expect from future flagship smartphones.
“The Exynos 9 Series 9810 is our most innovative mobile processor yet, with our third-generation custom CPU, ultra-fast gigabit LTE modem and, deep learning-enhanced image processing. The Exynos 9810 will be a key catalyst for innovation in smart platforms such as smartphones, personal computing and automotive for the coming AI era.”
The Exynos 9810 is made on the 10nm architecture, and features an octa-core processor, with four of these cores running the powerful third-generation custom cores that are running at a speed of 2.90GHz, while the remaining four will be focused on energy efficiency. Thanks to an improved architecture, single-core performance is enhanced two-fold and multi-core performance is increased by around 40 percent when compared to its predecessor, which were are assuming is the Exynos 8895.
Exynos 9810 also features neural network-based deep learning and stronger security on the most advanced mobile devices. This will allow for faster image searching or categorization, or through depth sensing, scan a user’s face in 3D for hybrid face detection. This might make the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ more reliable when it comes to facial recognition, after looking at the abominable failure of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8.
The LTE modem in the Exynos 9810 is also extremely powerful and will allow users to stream videos up to the UHD resolution. It can go up to 1,200Mbps download and up to 200Mbps upload. The Exynos 9810 is also powerful enough to support 4K video recording at 120 frames per second. There are more performance scores that will be released in the future, so we highly recommend you to remain patient for these as we will know the level of performance that can be delivered from the latest chipset.