The new chip, which is likely to power global variants of the Galaxy Note 10 (the us versions will probably be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip), is Samsung's first to be built in 7nm technology, which should provide for better power efficiency compared to its predecessor, the 8nm Exynos 9820.
Samsung's Exynos 9825 is the first processor built with its 7nm EUV (extreme ultraviolet lithograph) process that apparently allows for a faster and more power-efficient processor.
To handle gaming, the Exynos 9825 SoC has the new Mali-G76 MP12 GPU that promises to deliver faster clock speeds and powerful graphics performance while gaming.
When it comes to imaging, the Exynos 9825 boasts advanced image processing thanks to its integrated NPU. With hours to go until the phone becomes official, we've got a couple of new Note 10 leaks for you, including one that reveals several of Samsung's marketing materials for the handset complete with official pricing for the US.
The latest octa-core mobile CPU has two custom Mongoose cores, two Cortex-A75 cores, and four Cortex-A55 cores. In theory, this should provide the Galaxy Note 10 better battery life compared to the current Exynos 9820 chip that's based on an 8nm process.
According to Samsung, the Exynos 9825's NPU was designed for the next generation of mobile experiences, from AI-powered photography to augmented reality.
The Exynos 9825 also comes with a bunch of security features, including a physically unclonable function (PUF) to store and manage personal data in isolation.
As for storage options, the Exynos 9825 SoC can support UFS 3.0 & 2.1 storages alongside the LPDDR4x RAM. It does integrate a 4G LTE Cat. The chipset is said to be supporting download speeds of up to 2Gbps as well.