Samsung Exynos 1080

Last month there was news that Samsung is launching its new chipset Samsung Exynos 1080 on 12th November. Well, the news was correct as Samsung announced the chipset at an event in China.

The most highlighted feature of this silicon is that it is the company’s first chipset based on 5nm architecture. And most importantly it is the first mid-range chipset to be built on 5nm fabrication.

This newly announced chipset comes with all the latest features and technology including 5G. It will initially debut on a VIVO smartphone later this year or in 2021. We will also see this chipset in many smartphones in 2021 due to the Samsung partnership with Chinese brands.

Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC is the first chipset from the company which is manufactured on a 5nm EUV process. It is an octa-core chipset and is very power efficient. There are four Cortex-A78 cores and among these four cores, one is clocked at 2.8GHz. The other three cores are clocked at 2.6GHz. While the rest of the four cores are based on Cortex-A55. The cores based on Cortex-A55 are clocked at 2GHz which can easily handle the lightweight task.

According to Samsung, there is a 50% increase in single-core performance compared to the previous generation. On the other, there is a 2x performance increase in multi-core performance.

GPU Performance:

For graphics, the chipset comes with the Mali-G78 MP10 GPU. Due to the presence of Mali-G78 GPU, the graphics performance is similar to Exynos 990. Exynos 990 chipset is the Samsung flagship SoC and is used in Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series.

Display Support:

With Mali-G78 GPU, this chipset is compatible with QHD+ display with 90Hz refresh rate, higher 144Hz refresh rate and Full HD+ display resolution.

Power Saving:

Samsung also added a power-saving feature called Amigo. This feature monitors the device performance and boosts power efficiency by 10%.

Camera Performance:

On the camera side, the chipset is compatible with 200MP cameras or 32MO+32MP cameras at the same time. On the video front, it supports 4K videos at 60fps and video recording of HDR10+.

Other Features:

The Neural Processor Unit (NPU) in the Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC is capable of reaching 5.7 TOPS performance. Another notable feature is the support for the 3.1 UFS storage and LPDDR5 RAM. It is a 5G chipset and supports the mmWave 5G and sub-6GHz 5G.

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