Samsung Galaxy S10 Chipset to Feature DynamIQ Architecture Similar to MediaTek for Better Battery Optimization

             Yesterday we reported that the upcoming Exynos 9820 SoC from Samsung will arrive with the latest Mali-G76 MP18 GPU from ARM (here). Now today, the popular leakster  Ice Universe has revealed that, the Exynos 9820 SoC might follow MediaTek’s footsteps by opting a 2+2+4 DynamIQ arrangement.
              According to the report, Samsung could use a three-cluster CPU core arrangement that would feature four lightweight Cortex-A55 cores, two Cortex-A75 or A76 cores (medium tasks) and two fourth-generation custom Mongoose CPU cores for heavy tasks. Thus,  the processor will  have eight-cores, but instead of the usual four heavy cores and four light cores arrangement, the company will be opting for 2+2+4 arrangement. This arrangement seems to be similar to MediaTek Helio X-series chipsets which has ten cores arranged in  lightweight or medium or heavy core clusters.
                It is reported that such cluster arrangement of cores could help in improving the battery performance on the smartphone. However, there are few concerns, including whether Samsung has access to Arm’s DynamIQ tech, which makes these flexible CPU core arrangements possible. Arm’s DynamIQ technology allows silicon manufacturers to mix and match Arm’s own CPU cores but it doesn’t apply to Samsung’s own cores on paper. At present it’s unclear whether MediaTek’s  cores arrangement is indeed better than that from Qualcomm and Samsung, but we can expect the new Exynos 9820 chipset to debut in the upcoming Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 series smartphones.
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