Today we talked about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 and its first leaks. Now it’s time to change company and range, since the first details of the Exynos 9820 have already been filtered and are a delight for technology lovers. We have been some years in which Samsung has managed to create an incredible product to give life to their devices. Although the queen of the market is Qualcomm , the Korean company is approaching dangerously, even surpassing in some occasion the American. 2019 may be the key year for Samsung and its high-end Exynos processor, as the first leaks already speak of more gross power than the next Qualcomm processor.
The Snapdragon 855 will feature Cortex A76 cores from ARM, a marvel of technology that will leave us with incredible power. This left us thinking that Samsung would have problems when it comes to overcoming this high-end processor by 2019. Only a few weeks later we can see the first details of the Exynos 9820 and its Mongoose 4 cores.
The Exynos could be more powerful and more efficient than the Qualcomm
The Samsung Mongoose cores have already been seen and thanks to an industry filtering we know that they will be considerably more powerful than the Cortex A76 ARM. Samsung has been doing a great job for years and in 2019 it could make an important leap with respect to Qualcomm. According to the data that we are currently considering, the new A76 are capable of running up to 3.30 GHz, a figure that the new Samsung M4 could easily overcome.
This would place them clearly above, although we already know that the speed of the nuclei is not the only part that determines the performance. Everything points to the fact that this new Exynos 9820 will be manufactured in a 7nm process, a new descent that will considerably improve energy expenditure. If it manages to be more powerful and more efficient than Qualcomm, the American company could clearly be overtaken by its main competitor, so we could see an interesting response in coming years.
Some sources also indicate that this Exynos 9820 could be compared to the Apple A12 chip , which is already being developed by the company itself in collaboration with TSMC. Every year Apple is a few steps above other high-end processors, but by 2019 things could change.