Samsung announces Exynos 9820 with dedicated AI core and three CPU clusters

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We probably won't see it in action until we get our first look at the Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones. This signals that Samsung will use the Infinity-O display it revealed last week in the Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10 will run a custom version of Android 9 Pie - One UI which was announced last week. However, if Samsung were to make it, say, the size of the screen on the Galaxy Note 9, that would greatly reduce the incentive to open the phone to use the more incrementally larger inner folding display.

Also, a triple camera. Finally, at least one member of the 2019 product family will sport a triple-camera setup on the back which will consist of a standard lens, a wide-angle module, and telephoto glass, the source claims.

Besides, the future Galaxy S10, the Samsung's anniversary smartphone, would come out in several variants, two of them boasting 6 Gb of RAM and 8 Gb of RAM, respectively.

Also, the before-mentioned Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite would boast 4 Gb of RAM and 64 Gb of internal storage, according to Android Authority.

These flagship handsets are widely-tipped to boast in-display fingerprint scanner, all-screen design, and a triple-camera set-up capable of bokeh-style blur in portrait images and ultra-wide shots for group photos.

The latest leak comes from frequent phone tipster Evan Blass, who has a track record of sharing info on upcoming Samsung phones.

Samsung expects Exynos 9820 to be in mass production by the end of 2018.

Besides the three global models, Samsung is said to be preparing a fourth lineup member that's essentially a special edition of the Galaxy S10 Plus.

Some, such as the red variant of the Galaxy S9, have remained isolated to certain regions, rather than being available universally. However, we believe there's something right among all those rumors. Such an approach would surely benefit Samsung's tall phones today, but it could be particularly useful in a phone that challenged one-handed use both horizontally and vertically.

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