Samsung announces Exynos 9810 chipset and ISOCELL Slim 2X7 Camera Sensor


Samsung, one of the largest semi-conductor manufacturer has officially announced its Next-Gen SoC under Exynos 9 Series. The South Korean conglomerate through its official Newsroom channel revealed that the firm has bagged 36 CES 2018 Innovation Awards. Among the 36 award-winning latest products includes Samsung Exynos 9810 and Samsung ISOCELL Slim 2X7. Apparently, it marks the official unveiling of the two products.

Exynos 9 Series 9810

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Samsung Exynos 9810

Samsung Exynos 9810 is the firm’s second installment in Exynos 9 series after its predecessor, Exynos 8895. The Exynos 9810 is a first of kind with 3rd-generation M3 custom cores. It ought to be the heart of Samsung’s next flagships Galaxy S9/S9+. Keep in mind that the U.S. or U.K. variant of Galaxy S9 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. And, it’s the Global version of the devices that would get Exynos 9810.

In terms of its specifications, the Exynos 8910 could be almost similar to the SD 845 from Qualcomm. Since, both of them are manufactured based on 2nd generation 10nm FinFET process and in Samsung’s fab.

So far, it’s revealed that, the Exynos 9810 houses Gigabit LTE Cat. 18 modem with support for 6CA aggregation. Capable of aggregating six carrier signals to attain a theoretical speed up to 1.2Gbps. Also, most probably an upgraded GPU branded as Mali-G72.

Unfortunately, whether the chipset would feature a dedicated neural engine or NPU(Neural Processing Unit) is not yet confirmed. Nevertheless, if it does feature one then this chipset could be a strong contender to Huawei’s Kyrin 970. But, seems the expectations are far from reality.

Samsung ISOCELL Slim 2X7

ISOCELL is the another cutting edge-technology that is very well critically acclaimed by CES 2018. The image sensor was developed by Samsung to erradicate the ugly camera bumps that blights the overall design of smartphones. In deed, It’s a 24MP image sensor with the smallest ever pixels of 0.9μm. Moreover, it’s accustomed by proprietary Tetracell and remosaic technology that apes the performance of larger-pixel image sensors.

By inventing ISOCELL, Samsung aims to design its flagships with just a single cam that can impart the effect of a DSLR, without the need of an extra lens. Thereby, reducing the hardware requirements, cost as well as giving a pleasant look to the smartphones. The technology was announced earlier this year and now it’s an award-winner at CES 2018.

Other Samsung’s award-winning products span across categories such as Virtual and Augmented RealityWearable TechnologiesVideo Displays, Home Appliances, and Smart Home. For the complete products, visit Samsung NewsRoom through the source link.


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