The Korean giant has its own groundbreaking chip manufacturing process that will compete with that of Taiwanese TSMC - and theExynos 1080 which replaces theExynos 980 will be its first product to be based on
Top rumors suggest that Samsung will be the sole maker and supplier of top Snapdragon 875 chips for Qualcomm, based on an advanced 5nm manufacturing process under the name 5LPE (using EUV technology for most layers) - but before we get approval with the official launch at the beginning Next month (ostensibly) we have another mobile chip that is embracing the leading process in hopes of offering exciting capabilities and efficiencies, and is not even designed to power the forefront of smartphones in the market. Meet the Exynos 1080, which is designed to prove to all of us that while Samsung has given up on developing its own processing cores but is really not willing to stop with chip development ARM Overall.
The model that replaces the Exynos 980 from last year will adopt the architecture that becomes prominent in the field, with one 'selected' Cortex A78 core that will operate at a frequency of up to 2.8GHz, three more Cortex A78 cores that will operate at up to 2.6GHz and four cost-effective Cortex A55 cores that will complete the job. With a maximum frequency of 2GHz, a built-in Mali-G78MP10 graphics core that looks like a very big improvement over the previous generation Mali-G76MP5 core, a memory controller with LPDDR4X and LPDDR5 support, an artificial intelligence acceleration engine and machine learning with 5.7TOPS performance and an image processing engine Supports photo sensors with a resolution of not less than 200 megapixels (a sign of existing designs of סמסונג For the domain?).
The Exynos 1080 includes built-in support for high-speed modern 802.11ax Wi-Fi connectivity (also known as Wi-Fi 6), support for 4K resolution video decoding with a display speed of up to 60 frames per second under H.265, VP9 and H.264 standards - and also includes a modem Mobile phones Built with support for fifth generation networks, both at "standard" frequencies below 6GHz and at higher mmWave frequencies: theoretical download speeds of up to 5,100 megabits per second at sub-6GHz frequencies, plus a theoretical download speed of up to 3,600 megabits per second at mmWave frequencies , So that the theoretical total of the chip and modem approaches 9 gigabits per second. In the real world, even a tenth of this speed will be considered an achievement Technology Mighty and rare, but hey - it's good to know that these capabilities exist and are supported and give cellular companies a high standard to strive for in the infrastructures they plan and set up around the globe.
It may still be too early for firm statements, but the Exynos 1080 manages to leave a very positive first impression - and could serve as a worthy and competitive replacement for Snapdragon mid-range chips in future mid-range models like theGalaxy A72, theGalaxy A92 and even theGalaxy S20 Lite and theGalaxy Note20 Lite that are supposed to be part of the company's future roadmap. Do you agree with us or not at all? Let's talk about it with everyone in the comments.