Samsung has recently released its 5G enabled Chipset for the futuristic high-end smartphones named Exynos 880. Today, the South Korean giant has announced a new Chipset for low-cost smartphones. Yes, Samsung has announced the new Exynos 850 Chipset which aims at low-end smartphones.
If we talk about the design and architecture of this new chipset, the chipset consists of eight ARM Cortex-A55 cores. The cores are clocked at 2.0GHz and a Mali G-52 GPU. Since the chipset is designed for the low-end smartphones, it doesn’ carry a 5G Modem.
The new Exynos 850 is designed with Cat.7 and Cat.13 modules for upload and download. The Cat.7 offers speed of 300 Mb/s while the Cat.13 module offers a speed of 390 Mb/s.
If we talk about the specifications, the Exynos 850 Chipset supports displays with 2520×1080 screen resolutions i.e. Full HD+ display. The chipset is compatible with 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. Apart from this, all the essential connectivity features such as GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo are also very well compatible.
Moving on to the camera module, the Exynos 850 supports a single-lens camera of 21 Megapixel and a dual-lens camera of 16 Megapixel+ 5 Megapixel. The dual-lens camera coupled with a 21 Megapixel of front-facing camera i.e. selfie camera on the front side of the device.
The video recording support through this chipset is also limited to full HD resolution. The devices will be able to record videos at 1080p at 30fps.
As per the official statement by Samsung, they have designed this new Exynos 850 chipset for mobiles, wearables and other Internet of Things. A lot of devices in the future will be equipped with Samsung’s new Exynos 850 processor.
Apparently, we don’t know about the actual launch date of this Chipset. We are certainly not aware of which device this new Exynos 850 Chipset will be used. However, as per the rumors and leaked information, we may get to see the new Exynos 850 Chipset of Samsung on Samsung’s Galaxy A or M series devices.
Samsung’s Galaxy M and Galaxy A series smartphone series offers budget-friendly devices. The next generation Galaxy M and Galaxy A devices will be using this chipset in the near future.
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