Samsung today unveiled its next-generation SoC, the Exynos 1080, at a press conference in Shanghai, featuring Samsung's latest 5nm EUV process, which offers a 25 percent smaller die area and 20 percent higher power efficiency than 7nm EUV.
The Exynos 1080 integrates eight CPU cores, including a 2.8GHz A78 large core, three 2.6GHz A78 medium cores, and four 2.0GHz A55 small cores.
It delivers 1.5x the performance of the Exynos 980 on a single core and 2x the performance of the Exynos 1080 on multiple cores, while its GPU, the Mali-G78 MP10, delivers 2.3x the graphics performance of its predecessor.
The Exynos 1080 also integrates a 5G baseband with support for the Sub-6GHz and millimeter-wave bands, with peak downstream speeds of 5.1Gbps at Sub-6GHz and upstream speeds of 1.28Gbps.
The Exynos 1080 supports LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 flash, WiFi 6, and Bluetooth 5.2. It also supports a 144Hz FHD+ or 90Hz QHD+ specification screen, up to 200 million pixel sensors, and up to six cameras, giving the phone the power to record at 10bit 4K. Video Capabilities.
The Exynos 1080 is designed by Samsung for the Chinese market and will be launched by Vivo, with the first model to ship with the chip expected to be the Vivo X60 series.