Earlier we wrote that Samsung is preparing a new Exynos 1080 processor, which will replace the Exynos 980. And now the company has announced the date of its presentation.
The official poster states that the Exynos 1080 will be unveiled on November 12. Apparently, this will be a separate press conference and not online.
As a reminder, the Exynos 1080 is manufactured using a 5nm manufacturing process and contains the Cortex-A78 cores. According to ARM, the A78, clocked at 2.1GHz, can deliver 20% more performance in the same power range than the A77 (like the Exynos 980) at 2.3GHz. It also uses a Mali-G78 GPU.
This chip is not intended for the flagship Galaxy S21 family, it will be used in 5G mid-range smartphones. According to insider information, Vivo X60 can get it first, and not a new Samsung product.
By the way, recently an unknown smartphone codenamed Orion with an Exynos 1080 chip appeared in AnTuTu, which scored a maximum of 693,600 points.