Samsung is among the biggest, most popular names when it comes to the world of smartphone technology. The brand has been around for quite a long while, and has been a leading name in the industry! Their upcoming smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has been making it to the news quite often. There’s a lot of excitement in the markets around this upcoming Samsung flagship. Samsung has today teased their gen-next chipset – the Exynos 9.

Samsung teased the Exynos 9 chipset on Twitter via the official Exynos account. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to release with Qualcomm’s flagship SoC – the Snapdragon 835, as well as an international variant featuring the Exynos 9. Up until today it was expected that the S8 will be powered by the Exynos 8895, but now Samsung has teased something new.

Samsung has teased this new SoC with the tagline ‘Discover Cloud 9 with Exynos’. They have also hyped the Twitterati to be ready for #TheNewExynos. Apart from the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, this is also expected to be featured on some variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 as well.

At this point of time Samsung has not openly stated that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will run on the Exynos 9 chipset, put it is expected that this will power the upcoming Samsung flagships. It is anticipated that this new Samsung chipset will be revealed at the MWC 2017, where Samsung will also tease the Samsung Galaxy S8.

This new Exynos chipset will be made fabricated on a 10nm node. This will allow high power performance and low power consumption. Samsung is also manufacturing the Snapdragon 835 chipsets for Qualcomm. This is indeed a big tease from Samsung, and this is expected to be a supremely powerful processor.

Samsung is indeed taking their upcoming smartphone release very seriously. It was recently reported that Samsung will be using batteries manufactured by Sony for the Samsung Galaxy S8! This, along with the Exynos 9 processor is indeed teasing towards an exciting device!

 

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