Samsung teases Exynos 9825 processor that will be used in Galaxy Note 10

Sujan Koirala 3 Aug, 2019

The market has been heated and all the tech-savvy, as well as customers, are waiting for the launch of much-awaited flagship device of 2019, Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The launch date has been already set by Samsung as August 7 means we are just 4 days away from the launch date. Almost everything has already disclosed and we are just waiting for the official event. Yet another twist arrive before launch: Samsung might be considering a new Exynos processor for the flagship device: Exynos 9825.

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Samsung already declared that this year’s Note Series will be coming in two variants: a normal variant and a Pro variant. In previous years, Samsung used to launch flagship devices in the US with the Qualcomm processor and the rest of the world with the Exynos processor. But this year, only Verizon Note 10 models will be Qualcomm powered, confirms Evan Blass


Samsung Exynos Official twitter page drops a video teasing the Exynos 9825. Samsung might be going to change the trend of using the same chipset for same year S-Series and Note Series. This chipset will be officially disclosed on the same day along with Samsung Galaxy Note 10.


There is no official news regarding the specs of this new chipset but it's sure there will be some minor upgrades over the Exynos 9820 chipset which was used in Galaxy S10 Series. Exynos 9825 processor will be a 7nm based chipset whereas Exynos 9820 was built on 8nm technology.

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