The big wave of Samsung Galaxy phones is still at distinct range, but that is not stopping the enterprise from developing new techs, including making chips that power those phones. Reports stated that the Chinese branch of Samsung has announced in an event to launch its Exynos 1080 chipset on 12th November in Shanghai. Besides being built-in 5G, Samsung has dropped a few hints about what to expect from the chipset.
Lately, the organization told Authority at Android that the Exynos 1080 will be a straight inheritor to the 980 that utilizes fresher Mali-G78 graphics and Cortex-A78 CPU and is expected to enhance the performance of mid-range phones, including the Galaxy A series. Furthermore, Cortex-A78 CPU offers 20% augmentation in CPU performance compared to earlier G77 architecture. The new chip will specially launch on Vivo smartphone in the Q4 of 2020.
A test that was conducted earlier showed that 1080 would be faster compared to Snapdragon 865. As per the scores from AnTuTu, the Chinese software benchmarking tool, the new Exynos 1080 chipset scored more than 650,000 points, which is more than the scores attained by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 865+. While being doubtful of pre-release benchmark data is good, but it stated that 2021 mid-rangers by the South Korean tech giant might offer a bit faster performance which earlier was quite slow.
While the company’s mobile range witnessed profit even in the pandemic, it is still a part of the market where economic crunches will limit the customer spent. The new chip is expected to be used in the mid to high-end market, signifying that t would be found in Samsung’s budget flagship or upper mid-range smartphones or other OEMs like Vivo. Additionally, Samsung is also working on developing Exynos 2100, another processor which is expected to launch in a Samsung device.