The Samsung Galaxy S11 series features the Qualcomm Dragon 865 flagship platform with little suspense, and as is customary, the Galaxy S11 Series Korean and European versions will carry their own Exynos platform. Here’s the question, is the Galaxy S11 Series equipped with Exynos 9830 or Exynos 990? On November 11th, according to media reports, exynos 9830 and Exynos 990 were actually the same chip.
Samsung Exynos’ website has published detailed specifications for the Exynos 990, which shows that the Exynos 990 is numbered “S5E9830”, meaning that the Exynos 990 is the rumored Exynos 9830.
Unlike the Exynos 980, which integrates 5G basebands, the Exynos 990 still needs to be paired with Exynos Modem 5123 to achieve 5G network support.
In terms of specifications, the Exynos 990 is based on Samsung’s latest 7nm process, with a dual-core fifth-generation Samsung custom high-performance core, with a dual-core Cortex A76 core and a quad-core Cortex-A55 core, and a dual-core NPU to enhance AI computing power. The GPU is ARM’s next-generation Mali-G77 MP11, which is 20% more energy efficient than Exynos 9820 Mali-G77 MP12.
In addition, the Exynos 990 platform can manage up to six camera components, use three lenses simultaneously, support up to 100 million pixels per single lens (100 million pixels for the Galaxy S11) or two 24.8 megapixel lenses at the same time to support LPDDR5 memory.