This Samsung foldable phone costs 3x more than a Note 9

This Samsung foldable phone costs 3x more than a Note 9

This Samsung foldable phone costs 3x more than a Note 9

Exynos 9820 is the successor to the current generation Exynos 9810 that is now powering the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus and the Galaxy Note 9. This new Exynos 9820 processor features a fourth-generation custom CPU, 2Gbps LTE Advanced Pro modem, and an enhanced neural processing unit (NPU). The onboard NPU is a separate hardware AI accelerator that performs AI tasks around seven times faster than the previous version, Samsung says.

Even though the press is now focused on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F, the first folding smartphone of the South Korean company, Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks are also emerging on social networks, especially, which, honestly, excites all Galaxy enthusiasts out there. Such an approach would surely benefit Samsung's tall phones today, but it could be particularly useful in a phone that challenged one-handed use both horizontally and vertically. With an enhanced architecture design, the Exynos 9820's new fourth-generation custom core delivers around 40 percent improvement in power efficiency when compared to its predecessor.


Samsung quietly unveiled the Ice Blue Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Known industry insider Evan Blass said the handset will feature a "punch hole" near the top of its display which will house its front-facing camera, speculating that the design in question may be advertised as the "Infinity-O" display, which is a term Samsung filed to protect earlier this fall. He added that Samsung has their own communication processor with 5G-NR and claims that the processor would most likely be used in Exynos based Samsung Galaxy S10s but not all the smartphones will utilize the 5G network.

We're still months away from Samsung announcing the Galaxy S10, but our first batch of rumors from a reliable source are here. The latter is a redesigned mobile OS that introduces a new design language for Samsung handsets.

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