Samsung makes its own smartphone chips — this is information that is in no way secret but is often glossed over. But it’s a big deal for most of the world, really — while Galaxy flagships that are sold in the USA are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, international units all bear Samsung’s own Exynos processor.
That said, the chip that will power the Galaxy S10 outside of the USA is the Exynos 9820. Samsung seems to be all hyped up about it and wants to share the excitement, which is why it posted a video and press release to outline the new Exynos’ strengths.
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