It is not a thing of surprise to expect the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 to house Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845. At least, that is what the early reports have offered. Now, a fresh report has popped on the internet, indicating Galaxy S9 to house the initial batch of the Snapdragon 845.
The report that surfaced yesterday on Twitter was leaked by the famous tipster, Eldar Murtazin. One can have a close look at the report that indicates Galaxy S9 to unveil with the initial batch of the Snapdragon 845. On March 2017, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S8 and worked out a deal in order to manufacture Snapdragon 835. There were reports that suggested the house of leading manufacturer, Qualcomm, to ditch the Korean firm by giving the contract to produce its next generation chipset to TSMC (the rival).
Surprising other reports were revealed indicating LG instead of TSMC to be the manufacturer. The same report also indicated that Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus to get unveiled a month prior to the usual release. While we are unsure of anything right now, we take a stab for Samsung to manufacture the upcoming chipset. And if at all the South Korean giant turns out to be the manufacturer, reports hint that it is likely to retain the first batch of SD 845 exclusively for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. As per the chipset, the Snapdragon 845 is anticipated to produce via 10nm Low Power Early (LPE) FinFET process with a combination of Adreno 630 graphics, X20 LTE modem, and Cortex A75 cores.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset is going to be the next chipset from the company to come up with a new addition to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, 820, 821 and 835 processors. And in our previous report, we had already gathered information on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Chipset to be in the frame of things for Samsung Galaxy S9 (as mentioned here).
As far as the reports so far, Galaxy S9 is expected to arrive in January. Other reports suggest the smartphone will get unveiled with 4GB of RAM and with a new QHD+ Super AMOLED display. However, we are far away from the launch of the device. And hence, whatever news or leaks that come up should be regarded with a grain of salt.