This is a fortunate week for Samsung as it is going to launch the new processor, the Samsung 10nm processor for 2017. It will expectedly give a tough competition to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 as it is dubbed with Exynos 9810.

But in the US the Snapdragon is a well know process with good market position and Samsung processor is the new entry in the market as well as it has not been properly advertised. There is an expected flagship of Exynos 9810 this year. So we hope that it will be a great technical advancement in the upcoming products mainly Samsung.

Exynos 1920x1440 Samsung’s Exynos 9810 an eight core and the clock at 550MHz processor is  likely to beat Snapdragon 835

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Samsung’s Exynos 9810 Featured Eight Cores, A Mali GPU With 550 MHz Clock Speed:

In current status, Samsung Exynos is in the rumor mill. In the last couple of months of 2016, the processor has been coined in the rumor mill termed as Exynos 8895. As well as there are launch activities of S8 are the hot issue, which expected to release in 2017 and may be in late months of 2017. After few leak some little information available about Exynos 9810.

exynos 9 series header Samsung’s Exynos 9810 an eight core and the clock at 550MHz processor is  likely to beat Snapdragon 835

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A Korean source has leaked that the processor will have total eight cores. The four cores will be Samsung’s Mongoose M2 cores and the rest of four will be ARM’s Cortex A53 cores. It looks like S7 mishap has given a lot of lesson to Samsung, the four A53 cores will give a good breathing space to the processor and will be launched in S8 and S8 Plus.

The source has also confirmed that the Exynos 9810 will improve performance and power consumption and computing capability of the Exynos 9810 Mali G71 GU for the Galaxy S8 is the clock at 550MHz. This is a prediction that the Qualcomm will be beaten by this processor. In the market, there are also so many competitors like Snapdragon 835 and its Adreno, 16 core G71 will give tough competition to basic desktop GPUs.

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