Galaxy S9 update brings bad news for UK Samsung fans

Galaxy S9 update brings bad news for UK Samsung fans

Galaxy S9 update brings bad news for UK Samsung fans

The company adds that the processor will go into mass production by the end of this year; that means it could find use in the company's upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship phone.

The all-new system-on-a-chip from Samsung boasts an improved Neural Processing Unit (NPU) that handles on-device Artificial Intelligence (AI) processes, as well as an improved LTE modem capable of downlink speeds of up to 2.0 Gbps.

Even though the press is now focused on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F, the first folding smartphone of the South Korean company, Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks are also emerging on social networks, especially, which, honestly, excites all Galaxy enthusiasts out there. That should allow future Samsung devices to run AI processes locally rather than offloading to a server.

Notably, the 9820 brings a 15 percent improvement in multi-core performance as well as a 40 percent increase in power efficiency.

Samsung will be launching the Galaxy S10 smartphones in the first half of 2019. Also, we think that the S10 plus option will indeed boast a three-camera setup on its back and a New Infinity display.

It's been a few years since we have been hearing about Samsung working on a foldable smartphone. The latter is a redesigned mobile OS that introduces a new design language for Samsung handsets. The new report claims otherwise and says that the S8 series of phones including the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8 users will also get One UI based on Android 9 Pie soon. Many leaksters came out on Twitter posting their "inside information" regarding Samsung's anniversary flagship, Galaxy S10. However, Evan Blass has a solid track record with unreleased Samsung hardware, so we wouldn't be surprised if this was all eerily accurate.

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