Samsung's next flagship might have a new AI chip, 8K video recording

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It should also help deliver improved photography features, such as adjusting camera settings, and faster object recognition. Likely destined for the Galaxy S10, the Exynos 9820 brings together eight processor cores bolstered by a neural processing unit (NPU), making it equipped for on-device artificial intelligence applications.

That's precisely why insiders now appear to be convinced Samsung will be going all out with the Galaxy S10 line, seeking to convince its existing customers it's time for an upgrade, in addition to attracting new consumers to its mobile ecosystem. As a result, the Exynos Galaxy S10 variants may offer significantly better CPU performance, though Qualcomm's chips were traditionally ahead of them in graphics processing department. The SoC includes Samsung's latest LTE modem, too.

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The Exynos 9820 is capable of 8K video recording at 30fps, a first in the market.

During its developer conference keynote in San Francisco, Samsung insisted it had designed One UI to make navigating on larger devices with one hand easier. On Wednesday, Samsung officially unveiled its next-generation system-on-a-chip for smartphones, the Exynos 9820.

The first tidbit says that the Galaxy S10 might get a "punch hole"-style selfie cam". This is a dramatically different approach from rival devices, which use a small portion of the screen to scan fingerprints - typically the same size as the physical sensors found on other smartphone models. Now, rumor has it that the alleged Galaxy S10 Lite could sport one of the display designs showcased at the event. Samsung unveiled One UI, its new smartphone user interface, on November 7, which is a redesign intended for big-screen Samsung phones.

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