This afternoon, AnTuTu’s official Weibo stated that it had discovered a new model named ORION in the background. The key point is that this phone is equipped with the latest Samsung Exynos 1080 processor.
In terms of running points, the total score currently counted by AnTuTu is 693600, of which the CPU score is 181099, GPU score is 297676, MEM score is 115169, and UX score is 99656. The CPU part is basically the same as the Snapdragon 865, and the GPU has obvious advantages. Therefore, the final result of Exynos 1080 is about 30,000 higher than the Snapdragon 865 model. In short, Exynos 1080 is the processor with the strongest running score on the Android platform at this stage.
According to AnTuTu's public information, this processor uses four Cortex-A78 large cores with four Cortex-A55 small cores, and the GPU is Mali-G78. Earlier news also showed that Exynos 1080 will use Samsung's own 5nm LPE process, and there will be many leading and breakthroughs in software and hardware.
In addition to the processor, the new model of ORION may use LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 flash memory, and the screen supports at least 120Hz. But this does not mean that the first new Exynos 1080 will use these configurations. Digital blogger @数码闲聊站 broke the news that this running score is based on the Exynos 1080 engineering machine that has been on the market, and the real new machine will be launched in the fourth quarter. The running score is expected to further break through, with a goal of 700,000.
As a world-renowned mobile phone chip supplier, Samsung Semiconductor has been committed to promoting the vigorous development of the smartphone field from the perspective of mobile phone chips, and bringing consumers a more convenient smart life. Since the 5G era, Samsung Semiconductor has paid more and more attention to the Chinese market. Models equipped with 5G chips such as Exynos 980 and Exynos 880 have been launched successively and have achieved good sales results. I believe that the upcoming Exynos 1080 new machine will also surprise us.