The Galaxy S10 will use CPU technology for super-fast performance

Samsung Galaxy S10 has leaked back online and this time the word is for the device‘s CPU, for which new details have been disclosed.

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New rumors coming from Korea, via ETNews, suggest that Samsung has decided to use a set circuit board. To use the technology term, it will use PCB SLP or substrate layer.

This means that Samsung will be able to add chip CPUs to fill even more space. This may mean more processors for more speed, or the same number with more space for other components, as the highly rumored ultrasonic reader on the screen.

Of course PCB SLP is not new technology, Samsung used it even in S9 and Apple has used it on their iPhone. What’s new for Samsung is the combination with the latest 7nm processors that should have on the S10.

While this technique apparently will be reserved for Exynos processors and not the Qualcomm Snapdragon variants, it should help distinguish it from competition in terms of speed and energy efficiency.

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 with a bezel-less screen at the beginning of 2019 with a 5G model and a folding Galaxy X phone that is on the radar for a similar launch date.

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neOadviser – TECH

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