Samsung officially unveiled the Exynos 1080 processor today. The processor that is expected to arrive officially on the Samsung Galaxy S21 (or Galaxy S30) early next year.
This is a 5nm processor with a power well above what was expected. Incidentally, the chip is more powerful than the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+.
Samsung Galaxy S21 processor beats over 615,000 points in AnTuTu
In the official revelation, Dr. Yimao Cai, director of the development team, said that the new Exynos 1080 processor beats more than 615 thousand points in AnTuTu.
This without the processor being optimized for the smartphone. That is, it is likely that this number will rise even more with the launch of smartphones with this chip.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 (S30) will not be the first with the Exynos 1080
However, don’t expect to see this processor only and only on the Samsung Galaxy S21 (or S30). Apparently, the first smartphone to arrive with this 5nm chip will be the VIVO X60.
I remember that Samsung also creates hardware for other manufacturers. That is, Samsung chips or camera sensors are not exclusive to Samsung equipment.
This processor will also be responsible for the photographic area of the smartphone. Although the lens plays a key role in photography, more and more processors are relevant. This is because the photograph is always worked after being captured and before seeing the final result.
Vivo has already mentioned that its VIVO X60 will be the “professional flagship in the image”. In other words, it will be a terminal that will take a serious look at photographic quality. Well, this terminal will reflect the image quality and performance of the Samsung Galaxy S21 (S30).
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