Samsung has been desperately trying to establish its presence in the semiconductor market. After its embarrassing loss with Exynos 990 and yet again suffering the humiliating defeat against Apple’s A14 Bionic, it seems Samsung is ready to make a thrilling come back.
The South Korean giant earlier released few necessary details regarding its upcoming Exynos 1080 SoC. Now, however, the company has revealed that the processors will be officially announced on November 12. The mobile SoC is based on a 5nm process that is sure to boost the processor’s performance.
According to sources, the chip will come with new ARM Cortex-A78 CPU cores and the ARM Mali-G78 GPU. Both of which are cutting edge technologies and offer unbreakable performance. The new chip is also claimed to exceed 650,000 points in AnTuTu. These results, however, are from a programmable chip and not the performance of the actual processor. So it is safe to assume that the version of the SoC will increase after its official release. The top smartphones that sport the Snapdragon 865 score around the 600,000 marks on AnTuTu. It means that Samsung’s new processor looks very promising.
Samsung is also reportedly working on two different mobile processors, one among which will reportedly use AMD graphics. According to sources, the processors being developed are the Exynos 1080 and the Exynos 2100. The Exynos 2100 SoC will reportedly power Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S21 smartphone. The Exynos 2100 will reportedly sport ARM’s Cortex-X1 Super CPU core, which is expected to boost the processor’s performance by a ton.
Not many details are known about the Exynos 1080 as of yet, but it is reported that Vivo brand phones will be the first to receive the upcoming processor. According to sources, the smartphone model is not confirmed yet, but the Vivo X60 will be the first device to receive Samsung’s game-changing processor.
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