Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC shall be unveiled on November 12, the corporate has confirmed by a submit on Chinese language microblogging web site, Weibo. The Exynos 1080 SoC will succeed the Exynos 980 SoC that at the moment powers Samsung Galaxy A71, Galaxy A51, Vivo S6 5G, and several other different smartphones. The Exynos 1080 SoC is predicated on the 5nm course of and has a built-in 5G modem. As of now, Samsung has not revealed which telephones shall be powered by this new upcoming SoC, however a report claims that it’s going to not be powering the Galaxy S21 sequence.
As per the Weibo post by Samsung by its Exynos account, the Exynos 1080 SoC shall be unveiled on November 12. The corporate will host an occasion for the launch of the brand new SoC. It will be a high-performance processor that, as per a report by Android Authority, options ARM’s newest Cortex-A78 CPU cores in addition to the Mali-G78 GPU. Whereas the association of this CPU has not been revealed, it may be anticipated to function two highly effective Cortex-A78 cores and 6 Cortex-A55 cores. It’s a 5nm SoC just like the A14 Bionic discovered within the new iPhone 12 models and Huawei’s Kirin 9000 SoC that powers its newest Huawei Mate 40 series.
In keeping with a report by SamMobile, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 sequence is not going to be powered by this Exynos 1080, however the SoC will present up in additional mid-range smartphones from the corporate that shall be launched in 2021. Earlier in October, the Exynos 1080 SoC was spotted on Antutu benchmarking web site the place it outscored the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and the Snapdragon 865+ SoCs.
Additional, the report by SamMobile additionally factors out that an Exynos 981 was additionally allegedly noticed on the Bluetooth SIG web site, however it’s unclear which telephones shall be powered by it. It’s believed that this rumoured SoC shall be powering the 5G variants of the successors to the Galaxy A51 5G and Galaxy A71 5G.
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