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Exynos 7885 & Exynos 9610 Specs Leaked, Exynos 9810 for Galaxy S9



Exynos is Samsung’s processor lineup. We have seen the Exynos 8895 performing slightly better than the Snapdragon 835, and both of these chips are the most powerful ones from their respective companies, i.e., Samsung and Qualcomm. For sure, Samsung is going to launch new Exynos chips to compete with the latest processors like the Snapdragon 660, Kirin 960 or Apple’s A11, etc.

Exynos 7885 and Exynos 9610

Today, we got to know details of the upcoming Exynos 7885 and Exynos 9610 chips. Along with this, the source also revealed the Exynos processor that will be used in the Galaxy S9 which is coming next year.

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Starting off with the Exynos 7885, it is going to be manufactured on Samsung’s 14nm LPE technology and its clock speed is 2.1GHz. The manufacturing technology is the same that is used for the Snapdragon 835. Talking about the GPU, this chip will come with the Mali-G71 GPU and Full Netcom. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 will be the first device to come with this chip. So, here is the quick overview of the Exynos 7885 specs –

  • 14nm LPE Technology
  • 2.1GHz Clock Speed
  • 2x A73 + 6x A53
  • Full Netcom
  • Mali-G71 GPU

Exynos 9610 Specs

Next is the Exynos 9610. Just like the Exynos 8895, this too will be built on 10nm LPE technology, but it is going to have a higher clock speed of 2.4GHz. The GPU is the same, i.e., Mali-G71 along with Full Netcom. Here are the Exynos 9610 specs –

  • 10nm LPE Technology
  • 2.4GHz Clock Speed
  • 4x A73 + 4x A53
  • Full Netcom
  • Mali-G71 GPU

Lastly, we came to know that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with the Exynos 9810 processor whose details aren’t known yet. Stay Tuned.


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