Exynos 9610 and 7885 leak: Cortex-A73 cores and Mali-G71 GPU

Peter, 27 July 2017

A couple of months ago, a leak teased two new Exynos chipsets from Samsung Electronics. A new rumor revises the specs of one of those and adds a new chip into the mix.

Exynos 9610

Now rumored to be a 10nm chip (not 14nm), the Exynos 9610 will feature an octa-core processor – four each of Cortex-A73 and A53, the big cores clocking up to 2.4GHz. The GPU has been revised to Mali-G71 (not G72, which would have been 25% more energy efficient).

It may seem a bit strange that Samsung isn’t sticking to its in-house Mongoose cores, but this isn’t the top chipset – that will be the Exynos 9810, to be used in the Galaxy S9.

Exynos 7885

Update: strike that, the source corrected the info, now saying that the 7885 is a 14nm chip.

A 10nm chipset for the mid-range, this one has only two Cortex-A73 cores plus six small A53 cores. The clock speed will be slightly lower too, 2.1GHz. This chipset is reportedly slated for the Galaxy A7 (2018) and will also have a Mali-G71 GPU.

A GFXBench result from just that phone confirmed the octa-core processor and G71 GPU.

Thanks for sending this in, Arvind!

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Reader comments

  • Rawn
  • 10 Oct 2017
  • rRU

I hope that this time those guys put in 3500 milliamp battery in the S9 and put in a bank 4000 milliamp battery in S9 Plus that would make my day with the exynos I am tired of seeing these big Powerhouse phones giving Paul for low ratings for the rev...

  • S6 User
  • 27 Jul 2017
  • XNt

I second that. No issues with my S6. Dropped the phone many times, no damage to the device or display. Only the internal film that reflects lights on the back has been loose. Can easily correct that with a skin.

Yea keep puting single core/dual core gpus and I will buy a 400 euro galaxy midrange that can handle only 30fps in most games and in youtube( no matter how horrible gfx would be) . Seriosly s6 is far better even after 2 years. And price droped to 375...

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