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Samsung’s new mobile chip has a committed AI unit and supports 8K video recording

Samsung apparent its newest flagship mobile chip, the Exynos 9820, today. It’s the Korean accouterments giant’s first chip with a committed Neural Processing Unit (NPU), and also the first processor it’s built using 8nm technology.

brings a 15 percent multi-core achievement improvement, and a 40 percent bump in power adeptness over the last bearing chip – which was used in the Galaxy S9.

Apart from achievement gain, the Exynos 9820 will bring the adeptness to shoot 8K video to its devices. It also supports UFS 3.0 storage, which should make for faster app and file loading on accessible phones with this chip on board.

The processor uses an bigger modem which is able of 2Gbps download speeds, as compared to 1.2Gbps speeds from the antecedent bearing modem. However, the modem is not 5G ready. So, Samsung’s accessible foldable Galaxy F and the Galaxy S10 will likely use this chip, and accordingly won’t be 5G-ready. However, letters advance that there will be a 5G-capable S10, which will likely use a Qualcomm processor with commensurable performance.

Samsung is the latest aggregation to join the chip-based AI trend after Apple and Huawei. Similar to those two brands, the aggregation says that the NPU will be used in acquainted scenes and altar seen through your phone’s camera, and to adjust settings to take good pictures. It’ll also help power Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) applications.

The aggregation adds that the processor will go into mass assembly by the end of this year; that means it could find use in the company’s accessible Galaxy S10 flagship phone. It’ll also be absorbing to see if it powers some AI-based surprises in the ‘Galaxy F,’ a foldable phone that the firm teased beforehand this month and is accepted to launch next March.

You can read more about the chip here.

Published November 14, 2018 — 09:30 UTC

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