Galaxy S9 chip will allow Samsung to copy the iPhone X features. Rival of iPhone, Samsung revealed its next-gen Exynos chip, the processor that will present its flagships this year, Galaxy S9 as well as the the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung has already mentioned about the Exynos 9810 processor in early November when it proclaimed its CES 2018 innovation awards. Samsung didn’t actually disclose what the new Exynos 9810 will have to present back in November, but now we know it’s equipped and set with the tools that will let Samsung to copy the iPhone X.
Well, according to Samsung, the octa-core Exynos 9810 will be getting more speed than its predecessor, with top speeds going all the way up to 2.9GHz.
Its single-performance will be double, while multi-core performance is amplified by approximately 40% in contrast to the Galaxy S8 chip.
On the other hand, the chip is also believed to be extra energy efficient than last year’s processor, as it’s built on Samsung’s second-gen 10nm FinFET procedure.
Other features that are embedded in the chip are “ultra-fast LTE” speeds, thanks to a 1.2Gbps LTE modem, and a 6x carrier aggregation too.
So how Samsung will copy the iPhone X through Exynos 9810?
Foe future devices Samsung show up some features the chip will make possible, like neural network-based deep learning and stronger security:
This avant-garde technology permit the processor to truly recognize people or items in photos for quick image searching or categorization, or during depth sensing, scan a user’s face in 3D for hybrid face detection.
In nutshell, Samsung is working on Face ID-like technology; however a true Face ID competitor won’t be prepared for the Galaxy S9.
Particularly for mobile devices, Apple’s Face ID is the most refined facial recognition system accessible to date. As,It can’t be hacked with photos, and it can validate mobile payments. Samsung’s 2017 flagships feature 2D facial recognition support, which isn’t as safe and secure.
The iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera is what facilitates 3D facial recognition system, although Animoji also support and other apps that make use of face tracking. Now, the similar kind of apps may be coming to future Samsung phones. At least that’s what the “realistic face-tracking filters” talk about seems to involve.
To support faster and more energy-efficient image and visual processing, the Exynos 9810 will also have a keen image processing and upgraded multi-format (MFC) codec.
The Galaxy S9 most likely will get “advanced stabilization for images and video of up to UHD resolution, real-time out-of-focus photography in high resolution and brighter pictures in low light with less noise and motion blur.”
As a final point, the MFC codec will get a major upgrade as compared to the earlier 8-bit color format’s 16.7 million colors as now it render some 1,024 different tones for every primary color, or 1.07 billion possibilities of colors.
In simple words, the Galaxy S9 should bring an even better display experience and performance than last year’s phones and iPhone X included.
But let’s remember that Samsung will also bring into play the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 this year, which means that apart from processor type, it’ll have to find a way to present a reliable experience across devices.
Now wait and let see how many similar features of iPhone, Samsung bring in upcoming headsets.