Samsung unveils new Exynos 9820 processor with AI capabilities

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Samsung is yet to reveals details regarding this report. Huawei has relied on its own NPU to offer a similar "Master AI" feature on its flagships for some time now, and it's likely we'll see Samsung do the same next year with the Galaxy S10. Samsung unveiled One UI, its new smartphone user interface, on November 7, which is a redesign intended for big-screen Samsung phones. With the introduction of the Exynos 9820, we know exactly what to expect from the Galaxy S10 and even the Note 10 (the models that will not be powered by the Snapdragon chip).

Earlier this month, at the Samsung Developers Conference, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer announced its new One UI skin based on the latest Android 9 Pie alongside the long-time rumoured foldable phone, which will supposedly be called the Galaxy X. The name of the phone is yet to be confirmed by the company.

It is the most recent Exynos processor that usually powers Samsung's flagships.

"As AI-related services expand and their utilisation diversify in mobile devices, their processors require higher computational capabilities and efficiency", said Ben Hur, Vice President of System LSI marketing at Samsung Electronics. It's likely you'll see this chip in the global Galaxy S10 in early 2019. "This technology will not be realized until 2020", explained Evan Blass.

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Besides the three worldwide models, Samsung is said to be preparing a fourth lineup member that's essentially a special edition of the Galaxy S10 Plus.

The last rumor is that the Galaxy S10 will run One UI.

Although these Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks might excite you, you should take all that with a grain of salt as it is too early to talk about the next year's Samsung Galaxy flagship. Also, we think that the S10 plus option will indeed boast a three-camera setup on its back and a New Infinity display.