Samsung's 8nm Exynos 9820 unveiled with dedicated NPU, 8K video recording

Samsung Galaxy S10 Flagship Detailed In Most Credible Leak Yet

Early Samsung Galaxy S10 details leak out

The cutout in question won't be identical to a display notch and is likely to be much smaller but also won't be hideable with a black notification bar, as per the same source. Although we were hoping that next year would signal a move beyond the notch to another solution it sounds as if Samsung will be bringing a notch to their lineup. These will consist of a standard camera sensor, a wide-angle lens, and a telephone lens. Same goes for the implementation of Samsung's new One UI into the new phone.

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Like previous years, we'll likely see the Exynos 9820 make its debut in next year's Galaxy S10.

Samsung will launch its foldable smartphone in March 2019, according to a new report from South Korea. The 9820 builds on the strengths of this year's 9810 - which powered the global variants of the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 - by introducing a fourth-gen CPU and an LTE modem that can hit up to 2Gbps with 8x carrier aggregation.

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Diving deeper in the newly launched Exynos 9820, the SoC is made with an 8nm LPP FinFET manufacturing process in comparison to the 10nm LPP FinFET manufacturing process used to make its predecessor.

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. As Samsung has the largest share of the handset market on the planet, it's also prone to being the first company to be affected by any kind of negative trends in the industry.

To recall, the Infinity-O display will ensure an nearly bezel-less experience with the O-design cutout at the top-left or right corner, comprising the selfie camera. The latest rumour comes days after Samsung showcased its new range of Infinity Display design, including the Infinity-O option that will be related to the display panels carrying a hole.

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