Samsung Exynos 9810 chipset model leaks, may end up powering the Galaxy S8 and S8+
by Daniel Petrov / Feb 20, 2017, 1:57 AM
Samsung teased a mysterious "Cloud 9" Exynos on Friday that is "coming soon," and, while it's easy to assume that this teaser is a prelude to an upcoming 9-series Exynos line, no specific chipset models were referenced. Given that the 9-series Exynos will likely find its way in the Galaxy S8 and S8+, our curiosity about the exact versions is utterly warranted, and now we have our answer.
Exynos is a series of ARM-based System-on-Chips (SoCs) developed and manufactured by Samsung Electronics." Talk about leaking the whole operation. According to industry representatives, there will be two versions, dubbed Exynos 9810V and Exynos 9810M, with an 18-core, or 20-core Mali-G71 GPUs, respectively.The LinkedIn profile of an intern at Samsung’s R&D Institute just divulged that he had been working on a yet-unannounced Exynos 9810 processor, where "
Samsung's own Mongoose core is expected to take the brunt of the work there, but in its second generation, as opposed to M1 in last year's chipsets, and, needless to say the Exynos 9810 should be done with the new 10nm manufacturing process for extra power and endurance. Given Friday's teaser and this leak, Samsung should be announcing its new Exynos 9-series processor very soon, perhaps even this week at the MWC expo, and we will be there, all ears, and ready to fill you in on all the important chippery details.
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20 Core GPU! Bring it on
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 2:17 AM 5
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What's about support recording 60p 4K? Snappy S835 supports playing only.
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 2:28 AM 1
I don't think many people use even 4k 30 fps due to the huge file sizes. I personally record at 1080p 60 fps since most people don't have 4k screens but they do appreciate the smoother playback. I think 4k60 won't be here very soon due to the slow 4k adoption in consumer TVs and monitors. We are seeing a major push towards 4k HDR though. All I want to say is that they will not put a block if there is no need for it. And since S8 will use SD835 too, they will definitely not put 4k60 encoding on Exynos since they can't discriminate on features based on variant.
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 2:42 AM 4
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It's more so about the option being there. My friend for one insists on recording 60 fps, and he'd like a step up from 1080p/60. No one's gonna record in 4K/60 all the time, but the option there is nice. I for one will be more excited to see OIS+EIS on 4K/30fps video.
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 4:25 AM 1
I wouldn't go as far as calling myself a specialist, but I guess I know more than most. Also I work as a programmer for a day job. Hence, I know how these things work right down to kernel level and have done courses on processor architecture.
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 8:03 AM 0
The blog is live for a few months now. It's just that I'm being lazy to not post much content on there. I will start it soon though, in a couple days time when my exams get over. It's just a bit hard to know where to start and what articles to write. Also don't know how to promote it. I guess I'll just go for it and the ideas will come automatically. Here's a link to the homepage: https://goo.gl/P4B3TZ It's pretty low quality blog for now, but just give me a couple days.
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 8:08 AM 0
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Will it be available for the U.S. market
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 5:40 AM 0
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