Samsung has an ace up its sleeves, as the South Korean biggie is on the brink of launching Exynos 9 series of chipsets. The tweet from the company’s Exynos account has a text that says – Be ready for #TheNewExynos.
Taking the timing of Exynos into consideration, we anticipate that the new chipset will be integrated into the upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships.
— Samsung Exynos (@SamsungExynos) February 17, 2017
Until now, we were largely expecting that the new Galaxy flagships will come equipped with Exynos 8895, but the tweet has made us rethink what Samsung has in store for us.
As of now, it is a sure thing that Exynos 9 chipsets are launching soon. Meanwhile, we have placed high confidence in Samsung to release a minute long teaser on its S8 flagship and announce its official launch date at MWC this month.
According to the reports in circulation, Exynos 9 chipsets are in the works on the 10nm mode, designed to ensure better productivity and lower power consumption. Besides this, Samsung is also working on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset.