Samsung decided on Thursday to show its new Exynos chip, this processor that will come with the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9.
Last November Samsung announced this Exynos 9810 chip, but it didn’t actually say something about what will offer, what its features are, but we’re sure of one thing now: it will let Samsung copy iPhone X.
What’s the difference between this one and the last one?
This Exynos 9810 processor will be faster than the other one, reaching up to 2.9GHz. The performance will also be increased up to 40% when we come to look at the Galaxy S8 chip.
The chip is additionally expected to be more productive than the year ago’s processor, as it’s based on Samsung’s 10nm FinFET process. It will also have “ultra-quick LTE” speeds, on account of a 1.2Gbps LTE modem that is inserted in the chip.
In what manner will the Exynos 9810 enable Samsung to duplicate the iPhone X?
This forefront innovation enables the processor to precisely perceive individuals or things through photographs, check a client’s face in 3D for hybrid face recognition. This also means a more grounded security when it comes to opening a gadget with one’s face.
As we already know, Samsung is taking a shot at Face ID-like innovations, but we’re not sure it’s still ready for competition.
But what about Apple’s Face ID?
Apple’s Face ID is the most advanced facial acknowledgment framework accessible today. Let’s be serious. You cannot hack it with photographs.
The iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera is the thing that empowers 3D facial acknowledgment framework. But let’s not forget about Animoji and different applications that make possible the face tracking thing. A similar kind of applications might come to future Samsung smartphones.
Considering the Exynos 9810 chip and its upgraded multi-format codec, Galaxy S9 might get a substantial stabilizing when it comes to pictures and videos that can reach UHD resolutions. It will have 1,024 different tones for each color. So given this, we think that Galaxy S9 will have a better success than iPhone X when it comes to the display.