Samsung has unveiled its new Exynos 9810 mobile chipset and announced that the processor is currently in mass production.
Its updated chip has an eight-core CPU, with four performance cores that can reach speeds of 2.9GHz and four efficiency cores to reduce the drain on the battery when the chip’s full capabilities aren’t needed.
The chip’s architecture widens the pipeline and improves cache memory, offering a two-fold improvement in single-core performance, while multi-core performance is around 40% better than Samsung’s previous Exynos chip.
In addition to processing performance improvements, Samsung said that the Exynos 9810 will also have the industry’s first Category 18 LTE modem, offering aggregation for up to six carriers.
This will enable it to support download speeds of up to 1.2Gbps, and upload speeds of 200Mbps.