Samsung confirms that the Galaxy Note 10 will release with new Exynos processor

Typically, year after year both the S range and the Note range that was launched in the same year had the same Exynos processor internationally. It seems that will change this year as Samsung has confirmed that there will be a new processor in the Galaxy Note 10.
The company claims that it has been working on an improved version of the Exynos 9820 that was introduced in the Galaxy S10 family. The new processor could be called Exynos 9825 as some leaks had guessed, but, what will we see improvement and how much will there be?

The Galaxy Note 10 will release a new processor

The company has revealed what has been working in silence for some time, and is nothing more than the improvement of the Exynos 9820, and has been pronounced with a small video through the official Twitter account of Samsung Exynos. The company claims that a new, "evolved," "next level" smart processor "will arrive on August 7.
This confirms that the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will carry this new Exynos processor, and will be presented the same day. Therefore, we can confirm all the previous rumors about a new processor for the Note range.
For now, they have not pronounced on what improvement, but it is expected to reduce the image processing time of the camera, overall performance, and battery life compared to the Snapdragon 855. Remember that in the S10 family, the Differences in these aspects between the models with the Exynos 9820 processor and those with the Snapdragon 855 were quite pronounced.
Also, if we believe the rumors, the new Exynos 9825 will be built at 7 nm instead of the 8 nm of the Exynos 9820. This should improve some of the areas mentioned. And we hope that this is the case and the distance between the two processors has been reduced.
The information about this new processor is concise, the company has not revealed much data about how its distribution of cores or frequencies will be. Neither the improvement data compared to the previous generation. Therefore, we must wait until August 7 where both the phone and the "evolved" chip are presented.

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