Smartphones with artificial intelligence and chips dedicated to machine learning are not new. Both Huawei and Apple have already launched products with these processors, and Google's new Pixel phones have similar solutions to Google, but are photo-based solutions. And now, Samsung seems to be hanging in the trend. ET claims at least the source of the Korean corporate publication ET News. According to them, the Galaxy S10 has dual-core neuron processors to handle image processing, image recognition and speech recognition.
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According to the data, it is not surprising that the new handset chips are manufactured on the so-called 7-nanometer process, with major competitors Apple and Huawei already using 7-nanometer chips. Neural processors must be up to date on both Samsung's own Exynos chips and devices equipped with Qualcomm chips (chips used in the North American market). The Galaxy S10 is expected to be published sometime in the first or second quarter of this year. At least, we will learn a little more about the phone in conjunction with the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in late February.