Nuevas señales del fin de Bixby: Samsung reduce las funciones

This new processor should be integrated into the Samsung Galaxy S11, in addition to a face unlock

New signs of the end of Bixby: Samsung cuts functions

Samsung introduced a new processor a few days ago and many people assumed that we will see it for the first time in the Samsung Galaxy S11. Nothing. Neither the predecessor was integrated into a Samsung smartphone, nor will it be the new Exynos 990. At least not with that name. Many made hope because […]


Samsung introduced a new processor a few days ago and many people assumed that we will see it for the first time in the Samsung Galaxy S11. Nothing. Neither the predecessor was integrated into a Samsung smartphone, nor will it be the new Exynos 990. At least not with that name. Many have hoped because the Exynos 990 has a display driver up to 120 Hz in the datasheet.

Instead, there is a finding that is more in line with what we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S11. Samsung is more likely to use the Exynos 9830 in our region. For the first time, the new Samsung processor, like the upcoming Snapdragon 865, appeared in the source code of Samsung’s current Android software. But because this find is early, XDA’s Max can only provide this clue, this information is far from set in stone.

Processor fades into the background, fast screen is in focus

However, it is almost November, so we are only 4 months away from the new S11 smartphones. Therefore, the first provisional leaks will appear now and in the near future. With its Exynos 9825, Samsung has already offered a strong chip in the Note 10, and the newly optimized Exynos 9830 will certainly be able to build on this without issue. The only question is whether displays with at least 90 Hz are supported.

Recently, I found it a shame that Samsung and Huawei weren’t running faster displays, but sticking to the classic 60Hz. It could change drastically in the next year, or that’s what it comes down to. Google and OnePlus proved it, as did some manufacturers with their own gaming smartphones. Once you’ve used 90 Hz or higher, you don’t want to go back to “slower” screens. Promised.

Face-Unlock is there again

Another finding, but not necessarily spectacular, could mean that Samsung will also offer so-called face unlock on smartphones next year. It is no surprise so far. Unfortunately, it is not known in detail if Samsung is again using a 3D model with additional sensors, as Google and Apple are doing.