Samsung reveals details about Galaxy S11

Smartphone Samsung Galaxy S11 has not even been announced (and not the fact that it will be called so, although the probability is extremely high). However, it seems that the veil of secrecy began to open. After all, the South Korean company has officially started to represent “iron”, which with great probability will be used in future Samsung smartphones. And it looks pretty promising.

About Samsung Galaxy S11, more details

Which processor will be installed in the Samsung Galaxy S11

Recently Samsung announced its new flagship chipset called Exynos 990, which almost certainly will be used in all flagship smartphones from the Koreans in 2020. The chip can also be paired with the recently announced 5G-compatible modem Exynos 5123. So we can safely say that we will see a variant of the Galaxy S11 with the 5G chip on Board, which perfectly matches the recent rumors.

It is expected that the processor and the modem will go on the Assembly line and mass production will begin by the end of this year. Future smartphones from Samsung needs to capitalize on the Exynos 990. As the company claims that it is perfectly optimized not only for the work of “greedy” applications, but also provides a display at a refresh rate of 120 Hz. We can not exclude the appearance of Exynos 990 in the next generation foldable smart phones from Samsung. We will continue to monitor Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 next year, so follow us on Telegram, so that nothing is missed.

But let’s move on to some details of the processor. Exynos 990 is performed on a 7-nanometer process technology OCTA-core chipset, two of which (Exynos M5) should be 20% faster than M4 in core Exynos 9820. Graphical functions are handled in the new graphics co-processor Arm Mali-G77 MP11, which uses modern architecture Valhall, promising productivity improvements of up to 20% and increase efficiency at, again 20%. Exynos 990 is one of the first chipsets that use the new type of GPU.

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One of the most significant improvements associated with the transition to LPDDR5 memory format from a legacy standard LPDDR4X. In the new memory frequency of operation of the controller is 2,750 MHz, and the data transfer speed of 5,500 Mbps. It is also expected to increase the efficiency of the whole system, which will save the battery. In the specification also mentions that the Exynos 990 can support displays with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a maximum resolution of 4k UHD (4,096 x 2,160), with HDR capability. As expected, it is perfect for a camera module with a resolution of 108 megapixels, rumors of which went for quite some time.

Specifications chipset Exynos 990

Video recording features include recording at 8K resolution at 30 frames per second or 4K at 120 frames per second. And then there is codec support H. 265, H. 264 and VP9. Modem Exynos 5123 likely to come paired with Exynos chipsets 990, which may mean the possibility of 5G support on all flagship devices in the year 2020.

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