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Samsung's new phone processor has hardware for on-device AI

Samsung has declared its latest system-on-chip (SoC), the Exynos 9 Series 9820 processor

Samsung has declared its latest system-on-chip (SoC), the Exynos 9 Series 9820 processor, double-geared specifically towards managing on-device computer science applications. not like its predecessors, this processor contains associate AI-accelerator, or NPU, meaning AI-related process are often dispensed directly on the device, instead of sending the task to a server. This adds up to seven times faster performance.

It additionally delivers around 20 % improvement in single core performance, or 40 % in power potency, in comparison to previous versions -- multi-core performance has additionally been boosted by around 15 %.

The announcement echoes Qualcomm's recent SoC work - 2 new chipsets engineered specifically for IoT gadgets. And it follows similar launches from Apple and Huawei. Clearly, chipmakers have their sights attack progressively subtle applications, further because of the ancient objectives of speed and performance.

The Exynos 9 Series 9820 is predicted to be in production by the tip of this year, and whereas it's true that Samsung mostly continues to use Snapdragon chips within America rather than its own Exynos line, it's possible that this chip or one thing love it, can build its means into the international versions of future Samsung phones like the Galaxy S10.