Samsung’s Exynos 9810 is rumoured to be the chipset that’ll power the Galaxy S9, although details about the same are anything but final since Samsung might choose to go with the next Snapdragon flagship.
Powering the Samsung Exynos 9 Series 9810 chipset are 3rd generation custom CPU cores. Little is known about them as Samsung has been tight lipped about the same. There has also been a significant upgrade in the GPU, but Samsung has not revealed anything about it. Previously, Samsung used the Mali-G71 cores in the previous generation Exynos chipset, meaning, the new GPU might be the Mali-G72. The chips will not be manufactured using the 7nm process but rather the 2nd generation 10nm process.
The Exynos 9810 will sport the Cat. 18 6CA, 1.2 Gbps modem, the latest offering by Samsung, which combines 6 carriers, for the first time, for an increased network performance.
Other than this, there is hardly any information regarding Samsung’s latest flagship chipset. There is no certainty on whether the next Samsung flagship will sport the Exynos 9810 or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. But judging from the leaks and rumors that have been floating around, it is likely that Samsung will stick with the Samsung 845 for its flagship smartphones. Watch this space for more!