Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Will Be Powered By A 7nm Exynos Chipset
A new report surfacing on the internet allegedly straight from China which claims that next year's Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may not feature the same processors which have been the case so far with its predecessors. According to Samsung's internal messages, the next Samsung Galaxy S9 will come powered by an Exynos 9810 chipset built on a 10nm node while the next Note series, the Galaxy Note 9 could come and powered by an Exynos 9810 (names may change in the future) processor built on 8nm or 7nm process node.
According to Android Headlines, an industry insider claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come armed with a different system-on-chip (SoC), something tied up to a change in the product development strategy for next year. If proven true, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with either an 8 nm or 7nm processor node.
Moreover, a lot would depend on the outlook of the upcoming chipsets heading next year. Other rumors claim that the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will be powered by a 10nm chipset-based Exynos 9810 processor and will be featured with CDMA support. The alleged processor will be built using 10 nm FinFET technology, hinting at an ambitious and powerful processor that should render more than enough power for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and as well as the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Furthermore, If proven true, this will make Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a better handset relatively since the change in build process will result in a reduced power consumption and would also help in boosting the frequency. This theory makes little sense given the fact that Samsung expected the 10nm processors to last a little longer in the smartphone market and invested a good money.
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