The Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ are officialWe already know what Samsung leaves us with its new high-end. The Korean brand has left us this morning with its new high-end processor, which precisely these phones debut. It's the Exynos 9825, of which there have already been several leaks these weeks, but it is now official. A new processor for the high-end.
The normal thing is that Samsung use the same processor in its two families high-end. Although in this case, with the launch of the Galaxy Note 10, the Korean brand breaks with this trend. They leave us with Exynos 9825, which we can see as an improved version of the processor we met in February.
It is an important processor for the Korean manufacturer, as it is the first in its range to have been manufactured in 7 nm. So it is an important leap for the company, which undoubtedly seeks to be at the level of its competitors. This new manufacturing process has been one of the most notable changes, and one that will help the processor the most. We tell you its full specifications below.
Exynos 9825 Specifications
We stand before a more powerful and better performing processor. In addition, it has already been confirmed that it will be compatible with 5G. Samsung gives the possibility of adding its new modem to this Exynos 9825, so that it will have this compatibility. It is not a surprise, because one of the phones has 5G support. These are the specifications of this processor of the Korean brand:
- Manufacturing process: 7 nm (EUV)
- CPU: 2 M4 cores clocked at 2,7 GHz + 2 Cortex A75 cores clocked at 2,4 GHz + 4 Cortex A55 cores clocked at 1,95 GHz
- GPU: 12-core Mali G76
- Integrated NPU
- Display resolution support WQUXGA (3840 × 2400), 4K UHD (4096 × 2160)
- LPDDR4X RAM and Storage UFS 3.0, UFS 2.1
- Cameras: Rear 22MP + Front 22 MP and support for dual 16 + 16 MP sensors
- Video recording: Up to 8K at 30 fps, 4K UHD at 150 fps 10-bit HEVC (H.265), Encoding and decoding with 10-bit HEVC (H.265), H.264 and VP9
- Integrated 4G connectivity, LTE Cat.20, 8CA
- Supports 5G using Samsung Exynos 5100 modem
You can see that it has many elements in common with the processor that we find in the Galaxy S10. Samsung has kept some of the most important elements in this regard, but they leave us with changes as well, so that it is a somewhat more complete and powerful processor in this case. While most of these Exynos 9825 improvements have to be thanked for being manufactured in 7 nm. It will allow for example a lower power consumption, for a more efficient operation of the device. Something that users with any of these Galaxy Note 10 should notice when they have them.
As is usual in the market, Exynos 9825 leaves us with an NPU, a unit dedicated to all artificial intelligence activities on the processor. It is a requirement that has become essential in the high-end, and medium range on Android, so the Korean brand leaves us with one in this case. Not many details have been given about it, but it is assumed that it will be similar to what we find in the processor of the Galaxy S10. For the rest, we can see that many of the specifications do not represent a great leap in quality.
One of the most important aspects in this processor is that it has the possibility of having 5G. Samsung has also presented with it its new modem, Exynos 5100. It is an optional modem, which can be added or not to the processor. When used, Exynos 9825 is compatible with 5G. It is a function of great importance therefore, which is reflected in the 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10+. So it will be a new compatible phone, which will arrive in Spain in a few weeks, on August 23, according to the company itself officially.