For the car industry
Samsung has announced Exynos Auto V9, its first auto-branded processor in a push into the in-car infotainment space.
Exclusive: That is the current plan
Our extremely well-informed sources have confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will ship in late March/early April 2019. This goes for both the Exynos 8920 as well as the Snapdragon 855 version of the phone. Samsung has traditionally been shipping Galaxy S smartphones anywhere from late March to early June, depending on the version of the phone and the region.
5G, Qualcomm and Exynos mix
The chaps at XDA developers have got their hands on a Galaxy S9+ Android 9.0 / Pie ROM and found proof and the codenames for existing and future Galaxy S10 phones.
64/128/256GB still in play
It 's that time agan - Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy Note 9 in last days of August and there might be a 512 GB storage version.
Third generation custom CPU cores for 2x the performance
Although it has been both mentioned earlier and seen in earlier Galaxy S9 leaks, Samsung has now officially announced its new Exynos 9810 SoC, promising 2x the performance, dedicated hardware for AI, and more.
Exynox 8910 SoC 10nm
Samsung's own website has leaked that it might call one of its future phones the Galaxy X, but this might not be the one that we expect under the Galaxy 9 designation.
700 Mbps speeds today, GigabitLTE in 2018
SK Telecom is Korea's largest wireless carrier and the company promised to start 5G trials in early 2018 and align with Fa ebruary start in Korea’s own PyeongChang 2018. Before that happens, the company is getting ready to roll out the 5-Band CA next month.
Sounds better than 830
Some might be interested how Qualcomm chose the name Snapdragon 835, especially as most people expected to see the Snapdragon 830 replacing last year’s champion, the Snapdragon 820.
10nm, Gigabit LTE, octa core and Mali G71 GPU
Samsung decided not to talk about the Galaxy S8 at the Mobile World Congress, channeling all the media attention to a Galaxy S3 tablet.
Leak optimistically suggest Exynos 8895 at 4GHz
Of course, it is that time of the year. Apple, Qualcomm, MediaTek and now Samsung will have 10nm SoCs ready for phones in early 2017. Of course Samsung wants to use its own 10nm SoC in the Galaxy S8 that is expected in late February 2017, but probably with a mix of 10nm Snapdragon too.