Many reports say Samsung is working on the design of its own GPU which is supposed to sport an “entirely new design” and Galaxy S10 might be the first flagship to have it.
Graphic Speak was news, and after that, it was corroborated by Ice Universe, one of the most reliable tipsters on the internet. He says that an in-house GPU will be developed by the Korean Company and it will deliver “leading performance/watt” in simulations.
According to an analyst, this GPU will be made in such a way to suit both supercomputers and smartphones due to its changed architecture.
The principal of Jon Peddie Research, Jon Peddie said:”This is really a big deal — it’s the first new GPU design in 10 years.”
Peddie also added that Samsung’s GPU could “put it on par with Apple.” “This design is so good, they could deploy it in every platform — it’s a function of their ambition. If I owned it, it would be in everything including cockpits and supercomputers.”
Dr. Chien-Ping Lu is graphics veteran and a Samsung newbie who develops the GPU which will supposedly make its debut in a Samsung Exynos smartphone processor. This is a clue that the GPU might be introduced in Galaxy S10, their 10th-anniversary flagship.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Technology
According to the report the South Korean company have not made up their minds regarding the of the technology.
Even though the Galaxy S9 did not get the smaller bezels everybody was talking about, and instead, it was a carbon copy of the Galaxy S8, it seems like Samsung keeps these extraordinary upgrades for its 10th anniversary Galaxy S release.
The screen’s body ratio of the Galaxy S10 will be “greatly improved” while compared to the S9, according to Ice Universe, the Twitter tipster. He is not very specific about this, but Samsung’s goal is to have a 90 percent body ratio of the screen by removing the bottom bezel.
The screen-to-body ratio of the actual S9 is of around 84 percent, so that would be improved.
The battery department of the phone is also worked on to be improved, according to Ice Universe’s tweeter follow-up on the Samsung Galaxy S10: “If you use the more sophisticated packaging technology SLP, then the battery is definitely bigger than the S9, and the Samsung president said that he is working hard to solve the charging speed problem.”