Samsung is already working on its new flagship smartphone called the Galaxy S10, which is expected to launch early next year. However, a recent report had suggested that the next Samsung device which is most likely going to be the Galaxy S10 and its Folding Galaxy X smartphone will be equipped with various under display features, such as the Under-Display fingerprint sensor, front cameras and other sensors placed under the display.
But to achieve these feature Samsung will need a powerful SoC that’s why Samsung has now officially announced to launch its latest Exynos SoC (System on Chip) for its upcoming devices including the Galaxy S10.
Samsung via its official Twitter account made the announcement to launch its latest Exynos Processor. However, there is still some doubt that what the new Exynos SoC will actually be called, but it is widely expected to be called as Exynos 9820.
— Samsung Exynos (@SamsungExynos) November 9, 2018
The new chip is also expected to be manufactured by using Samsung’s 7nm EUV process. The SoC will consume 50% less power and provide a 20% more performance to the device than its predecessors.
Most importantly, the new Exynos chip will also come with 5G network support using the recently launched Samsung’s first Exynos 5100 Modem.