Samsung will introduce the flagship 7-nm platform Exynos 9820 next week

Samsung will introduce the flagship 7-nm platform Exynos 9820 next week

Samsung will present its new flagship single-chip platform for smartphones as early as next week, November 14th. The company said this by publishing the corresponding advertising image in its official Twitter.

The inscription on the image translates as “Intellect from the inside,” which clearly indicates that the new Exynos platform will have improved capabilities for working with artificial intelligence. Moreover, the other day there was information that the new flagship platform Exynos 9820 will receive a dual-core NPU to work with AI.

The remaining characteristics of the Exynos 9820 include an eight-core CPU, divided into three clusters. The first will include two Mongoose M4 cores that can provide the maximum level of performance. The second cluster will combine the two cores of ARM Cortex-A76, which can provide high performance. Finally, the third cluster will be the four core ARM Cortex-A55, characterized by higher energy efficiency.

In addition to a powerful CPU, the new platform should receive a high-performance graphics processor, perhaps ARM Mali-G76, or Samsung’s own development. As well as the new product will be equipped with a modem that provides work in networks of the fifth generation (5G), perhaps the Exynos 5100. The single-chip platform will be produced using 7-nm process technology using photolithography in deep ultraviolet (EUV). Of course, Samsung does not want to lag behind competitors who already have devices on 7-nm processors (Huawei and Apple).

The first smartphone on the new Samsung single-chip platform Exynos 9820 will be the flagship Galaxy S10, which will debut next year. Although, of course, the same flagship in some countries will be available in the version on the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.

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