According to the latest rumors coming from an insider of the smartphone industry, it seems that Samsung is planning to equip its newt flagship smartphone with a new Exynos 7nm processor with a dedicated Dual NPU that will challenge the Kirin 980 of Huawei. Samsung could launch the new Exynos chip for the Samsung Galaxy S10.
To date, only Apple and Huawei have presented solutions with a Neural Engine Unit, the Chinese company has launched the new Mate 20 series with the Kirin 980, the first module in the world with double NPU. It seems that Samsung intends to follow the footsteps of the rival and it is working on a new Exynos that should see the light on the future Galaxy S10.
According to what is reported by the leaker Ice Universe, it will be the next Exynos 9820. Above all, the photographic sector will benefit from the new Dual NPU that will be used for AI purposes such as speech recognition and advanced treatment of images with deep learning.
Google and Apple have already shown that they can achieve amazing results by applying AI on photography, so we are very expectant with what Samsung can do with its own development.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will use Samsung's self-developed world's first 7nm EUV dual-core NPU chip on Exynos 9820. One of the features of the AI chip is to enhance the camera and work with the ISP for the Galaxy S10 camera.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 5, 2018