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Samsung to release a 5nm Exynos chip specifically for the Chinese market

Samsung’s Exynos processor is the core of Samsungs semiconductor manufacturing industry. The chipsets have seen their fair share of market ups and downs this year. With semiconductor wars booming in the tech market. All fabric manufacturers are competing to increase the efficiency and performance of their wafers. But, Exynos processors are still unable to match up to its competitors.

The chipsets have fallen behind several of its competitors, including Qualcomm and MediaTek. Apple’s A13 Bionic still owns not to mention the highest performing processor title. With the A14 Bionic on the verge of being released in the market, Samsung has been under immense pressure to keep its footing in the ever-increasing semiconductor market.

However, Samsung has now decided to move away from the custom cores that they develop in-house and have decided to opt for ARM cores.

Samsung’s China R&D institute announced the new chipset based on an ARM would be dubbed the Exynos 1080. The new ARM-based chipset will debut in the China market but not in a Samsung Smartphone.

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The Exynos 1080 Could be a 5nm Chipset

Sources claim that the smartphone which will be the debuting ground for the new chipset is going to be a Vivo branded smartphone. As of now, no details have been revealed about the specs of the smartphone but Exynos 1080 will exclusive for the Chinese market.

It is not really unusual for Samsung as the company has done it before, and this also happens with the camera sensors.

Samsung is also reportedly working on the new Exynos 2100, which will be based on the 5nm process. However, the Exynos 1080 is limited to the Chinese market while the Exynos 2100 will be targeting the global market.

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Reports have claimed that the highest performing core on the new Exynos 2100 could go as high as 3.0GHz, which is really fast and can give its competitors a run for their money. However, this is just only a piece of rumoured information, and there is no concrete confirmation available at the moment.

The company’s Exynos 990 has been a major let down, while initially expected to level all its competitors, the processor sure embarrassed Samsung in a big way.

It would be interesting to see whether the Exynos 1080 and the Exynos 2100 could allow Samsung to make a grand comeback. Stay tuned.


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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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