Samsung may be working on an improved version of the Exynos 9820 that was featured in the Galaxy S10 family, only this time, for the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. The Note 10 has already been caught in a benchmark results database sporting an Exynos 9825. Despite this, the company has stayed pretty quiet on this. Well… until recently. A video posted on the official Samsung Exynos Twitter account shows a new, evolved, next-level, intelligent processor arriving on August 7. https://twitter.com/SamsungExynos/status/1157290006995767296 Some rumors of the 9825 include that it’s made on a 7nm process compared to the 8nm process of the 9820. This should allow for marginal battery life gains even if all else stays the same. We’ll have to wait and see what the new chipset from Samsung brings onto the plate and how much of an upgrade it actually is from its predecessor. Source

We all know that the Snapdragon 845 will be the chip to power the upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9+ for the US and Chinese markets. Elsewhere though, remains a mystery. Fortunately, the wait won’t be long, as the Korean company has posted a tweet regarding an event for January 4, 2018, in which the newest Exynos SoC will be unveiled. There’s no news as to what this new chip will offer. We can only guess: AI? an improved ISP? perhaps. but we’ll keep you posted as the announcement is made. Sources: GSMArena, Twitter