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Samsung Exynos 9820 vs Exynos 9810 specs comparison

The Exynos SoC that will power the Galaxy S10 next year has been unveiled by Samsung today. The Exynos 9820 brings a number of improvements over the Exynos 9810 from last year, including 8K video recording, LTE speeds of up to 2Gbps, support for UFS 3.0 storage, and an 8nm manufacturing process. It also gets a dedicated unit for processing artificial intelligence tasks.

Samsung has the usual figures to throw at you to boast about the Exynos 9820’s capabilities, but how does it compare on paper with its predecessor? Find out in the comparison table below, and do let us know what you think about the Korean giant’s newest Exynos SoC. For more details on the Exynos 9820, check out Samsung’s official website.

Exynos 9820 vs Exynos 9810 specs comparison

Exynos 9820Exynos 9810
Process8nm LPP FinFET2nd gen. 10nm FinFET
CPUDual-core (Custom CPU) + Dual-core (Cortex-A75) + Quad-core (Cortex-A55)Up to 2.9GHz Quad-core (Custom CPU) + Up to 1.9GHz Quad-core (Cortex-A55)
GPUARM Mali-G76 MP12Mali-G72 MP18
DisplayWQUXGA (3840×2400), 4K UHD (4096×2160)WQUXGA (3840×2400), 4K UHD (4096×2160)
LTE ModemLTE-Advanced Pro Cat.20 8CA 2Gbps (DL) / Cat.20 3CA 316Mbps (UL)LTE Cat.18 6CA 1.2Gbps (DL) / Cat.18 2CA 200Mbps (UL)
StorageUFS 3.0, UFS 2.1UFS 2.1, SD 3.0
MemoryLPDDR4xLPDDR4x
CameraRear 22MP, Front 22MP, Dual-camera 16MP+16MPRear 24MP, Front 24MP, Dual Camera 16+16MP
Video8K 30fps or 4K UHD 150fps encoding and decoding with 10-bit HEVC(H.265), H.264, VP9 codec4K UHD 120fps encoding and decoding with 10-bit HEVC (H.265), H.264, VP9 Codec

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Kathan Gandhi
Kathan Gandhi

I think S10 series will be great…….

locarno
locarno

Why 8nm ? I thought it will be 7 nm.

parshakov
parshakov

So the S10 won’t have the 48 mp camera and 7nm EUV tech they announced recently, and no in-house GPU either.

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

Yeah it was all lies and it’s time to be disappointed? #samsungisfallinfbegindandgoingtostrugletocarchup

parshakov
parshakov

What lies? Only in-house GPU was a rumor.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Samsung were making their chips smaller year on year. I think I remember as far as 17nm to 14nm to 10nm and for some reason their vision for 7,6,5,4 etc. Jus stopped. Apples currently using 7nm. And they’re only jus going to 8nm now? And weren’t they going to be using a new process that involved light or UV – I can’t remember the details but this is a bit disappointing, because as we’ve seen in the past jus because it’s “capable” of 8K recording, we know for sure the next 10 won’t have the feature.

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

Agreed that it’s disappointing that they ain’t using all the latest and greatest that has been reported.

Looks like Samsung is playing catch up and are badly falling behind.

Also noticed the camera support has gone backwards too. 22mpg Vs 24.

Samsung needs to be careful as they could end up doing a HTC and the Chinese oem taking over as the top android phones

Shenoysiddhant
Shenoysiddhant

Turns out that next year’s phones might not be as great as expected after all

CroGamer1
CroGamer1

I don’t think that we are witnessing a massive jump SoC wise, personally speaking

antonmassoud
antonmassoud

It is massive