A couple of months ago, a leak teased two new Exynos chipsets from Samsung Electronics. A new rumor revises the specs of one of those and adds a new chip into the mix.
Now rumored to be a 10nm chip (not 14nm), the Exynos 9610 will feature an octa-core processor four each of Cortex-A73 and A53, the big cores clocking up to 2.4GHz. The GPU has been revised to Mali-G71 (not G72, which would have been 25% more energy efficient).
It may seem a bit strange that Samsung isnt sticking to its in-house Mongoose cores, but this isnt the top chipset that will be the Exynos 9810, to be used in the Galaxy S9.
A 10nm chipset for the mid-range, this one goes for a hexa-core design with two Cortex-A73 cores. They will also have a slightly lower clock speed, 2.1GHz. This chipset is reportedly slated for the Galaxy A7 (2018)-8790.php) and will also have a Mali-G71 GPU.
A GFXBench result from a couple of days ago confirmed the G71 GPU, though it lists an octa-core processor (could be a mistake by the benchmark, the chipset isnt official yet).
Thanks for sending this in, Arvind!
Source | Via