Technology New Galaxy S9 Leak 'Confirms' Samsung's Powerful Choice

14:21  05 december  2017
14:21  05 december  2017 Source:   Forbes

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Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’ s Android Circuit includes new Samsung Galaxy S 9 leaks , Samsung ’ secret power inside the S 9 , Pixel 2 XL screen burn solutions, Razer’ s first smartphone, OnePlus confirms the 5T

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a close up of text on a black background: <span style=DJ Koh, president of mobile communications business at Samsung, speaks about the new Samsung Galaxy Note8  (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)" src="/upload/images/real/2017/12/05/a-close-up-of-text-on-a-black-background-span-style-font-size-13px-dj-koh-president-of-mobile-commun_209126_.jpg" />© Provided by Forbes Media LLCDJ Koh, president of mobile communications business at Samsung, speaks about the new Samsung Galaxy Note8  (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Over the weekend Samsung quietly announced that it had started the mass production of its latest system on chip products. These will use its second-generation 10nm FinFETprocess technology, which promises higher performance or improved battery life over the first-generation products.

While Samsung does not specify which products will benefit from the increased specifications of these system-on-chips, it does state that the “SoCs designed with 10LPP process technology will be used in digital devices scheduled to launch early next year”. There’s one handset on the horizon that is tailor-made to showcase this chip.

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But Samsung is already hard at work on the Galaxy S 9 (and the Note 9 as well), working on designs, looking at new ideas and innovations, and sorting out the resources required to manufacture the device. And that’ s where it gets interesting, because the latest leak suggests the S 9 will be one of the first

Samsung has publicly fired the gun on the chips that many suspect are destined for the Galaxy S 9 and S 9 Plus flagships. DJ Koh, president of mobile communications business at Samsung , speaks about the new Samsung Galaxy Note8 (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images).

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Samsung has publicly fired the gun on the chips that many suspect are destined for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus flagships.

Traditionally Samsung’s Galaxy S handsets have come with two flavours of system-on-chips – Samsung’s in-house Exynos SoC, and Qualcomm’s SnapDragon SoC. Because of the varying frequencies and systems offered by 4G networks around the world, Samsung needs to cover the various options so the Galaxy S handsets can be truly ‘world’ phones. That means mixing up the production with Exynos and Qualcomm.

That’s not the only difference. Although fulfilling the same design brief, there are subtle differences in the two options, as Anandtech’s Matt Humrick discussed earlier this year when comparing the Exynos and SnapDragon flavoured Galaxy S8 models earlier this year:

Both models deliver excellent graphics performance, although the [Exynos] E8895 model and its 20-core Mali-G71 GPU is a little faster in most workloads. The flip side is that the [Qualcom SnapDragon] S835 model’s Adreno 540 offers much better efficiency, prolonging battery life by an extra hour in our GFXBench Manhattan ES 3.1 battery test.

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The only different on show between the S7 and the S7 Edge is the choice of the central SoC. The S7 Edge sported Qualcomm's SnapDragon 820, while the new Galaxy S 7 listing uses Samsung ' s own Exynos branded SoC, and specifically calls out 8890 as the model number.

Fans expect the new Galaxy S 9 to be even more powerful than the rest, bringing innovative features. A recent leak indicates that the new device will sport a A former marketing manager at Samsung confirmed that the new Samsung Galaxy S 9 would not feature on-screen fingerprint recognition.

Peak performance is good for bragging rights, but what really matters when playing the most demanding games is sustained performance. Interestingly, both S8 models deliver the same steady-state performance after throttling GPU frequency to stay within their thermal limits. While neither SoC can maintain peak frequency for very long, sustained performance is still excellent, which is important if you want to use the S8 with Samsung’s Gear VR system.

The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus topped five million sales in the first month. Samsung will be looking for a similar explosive launch with the S9. With the South Korean company expected to tease the launch of the Galaxy S9  at CES in January 2018 and a full launch in late February at Mobile World Congress, the time is right for production to start ramping up on the silicon heart of the S9 family.

Now read about Samsung’s potential third S9 handset, the S9 Mini…

Fingerprint sensors under the display are going to be a real thing in 2018 .
Synaptics, the company responsible for handling the touch input on millions of laptop trackpads and smartphone screens, has announced this week that it’s entered mass production with its first optical in-display fingerprint sensors.&nbsp;It was exactly a year ago today that Synaptics first announced its FS9100 optical fingerprint sensor “family.” At the time, it was merely a technological breakthrough — more a statement of intent than a forthcoming real-world product — and subsequent events have shown that there were issues with the implementation of that tech, which reportedly forced Samsung into a last-minute change with its flagship Galaxy smartphone.

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