On October 11th, Samsung announced the upcoming release of its new flagship processor Exynos 1080. Weibo blogger @数码闲聊站 has also exposed the relevant specifications of this processor. It is said that the running score reaches 65W+. Exynos 1080 is Samsung's first mobile phone chip based on the 5nm process. The news is that the Galaxy A72 is expected to be equipped with this processor.
According to news reports, Samsung Exynos 1080 will use Samsung's own 5nm LPF process, which is two generations higher than the 8nm process used by Exynos 980. The chip uses ARM's latest Cortex-A78 large core and Cortex-A55 small core to form a dual-cluster CPU architecture, and integrates the Mali-G78 GPU architecture.
Regrettably, Exynos 1080 does not use the ARM super core Cortex-X1 core, but it is said that compared to the previous generation, its CPU performance can be increased by 20%, GPU performance can be increased by 25%, and Antutu's running score can reach 65W or more. Geekbench5 The single-core running score is 1040, and the multi-core running score is 3107, which is comparable to the current Snapdragon 865 Plus.
The news broke that Samsung will launch this Exynos 1080 processor in the Q4 quarter of this year, and will continue to be equipped with new vivo phones. The subsequent Galaxy A72 will also use this chip. Let us look forward to it.