The first 5nm chipset of Samsung Exynos 1080 was revealed, and at some point in the near future the chip will be launched with an unspecified Vivo product, the media said.
The Exynos 1080 will possibly be used on a variety of other handsets up to 2021.
The manufacturer has a Triple-Cluster-Design octa-core CPU with four cores Cortex-A78 and four Cortex-A55-units.
The Cortex-A78 Core is the most powerful with 2.8GHz, while the other 3 Cortex-A78 Cluster hits 2.6GHz.
The quartet’s A55 is 2.0 GHz clocked. Mali-G78 MP10 is the GPU.
The Exynos 1080 chipset was released by a Vivo smartphone in an Engadget China study.
“The integrated modem of Exynos 1080 brings new speed levels to content downloads so you can stream and load faster and with less latency.
It is compatible with both 5G network types mmwave and sub-6GHz, allowing downlink speeds up to 5.1Gbps.
1 Plus, with Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6 support the Exynos 1080 still ensures compatibility, “Samsung said on its web page.
This progress means also that Taiwan’s TSMC loses the 5nm chip monopoly as Samsung’s 5nm chipset production has begun.