Jul 28, 2017 11:41 AM EDT
Samsung has revealed the Exynos 8895 chipset for the Galaxy S8 as a member of its Exynos 9-series. Even though it is coded with the number eight still, so a true Exynos 9xxx is yet to hit the tape. This might all be changing soon, as a leakster with a proven track record of outing mobile processors before they are announced, has posted some confidential information on an eventual Exynos 9610.
According to tipster Ice Universe, the Exynos 9 series will be making its debut on the Galaxy Note 8 in the coming months. With the release of the Exynos 9610 and Exynos 9810 for the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9, respectively, the company will finally out a chipset from its 9 Series, as reported by Phone Arena.
The Exynos 9610 is still built on the 10nm process as the Galaxy S8 chipset and said to land with four powerful Cortex-A73 nodes. The chipset will be clocked at 2.4 GHz, and four frugal Cortex-A53 ones for the mundane tasks packed together with a Mali-G71 graphics subsystem. This looks to be an upgrade of the 8895, perhaps with a second-gen 10nm process, allowing for higher frequency and with more powerful GPU.
Another upcoming Samsung processor that the source has revealed is the Exynos 7885. This one is built on a 14nm node and has two A73 and four A53 cores, clocked at 2.1 GHz and boasts Mali-G71 graphics. The Exynos 7885 is tipped for the Galaxy A7 (2018) that leaked not long ago courtesy of a benchmark site with exactly the clock frequency listed, as reported by Droid Holic.
However, coming to the Samsung Galaxy S9, it will be having a mysterious Exynos 9810, whose specs are yet to be revealed. This chipset is expected to bring an even more powerful and frugal Exynos than this year's generation.
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