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Samsung builds more hype around Exynos 1080 5G with new promo video


Last updated: November 25th, 2020 at 19:17 UTC+02:00

Samsung has followed up on its original November 12 Exynos 1080 announcement with a brand-new official introduction video meant to build up some hype around the upcoming high-end chipset. The new minute-and-a-half promotional video details some of the best characteristics of the Exynos 1080 5G silicon.

In case you’ve missed the original announcement, the Exynos 1080 SoC has eight CPU cores, four of which are ARM Cortex-A78 cores, as well as a Mali-G78 graphics processing unit and support for LPDDR5 RAM. The other four cores unspecified in the video are of the Cortex-A55 variety.

Betting on AI and 144Hz refresh rate

The latest promotional video focuses on explaining more of the features supported by the Exynos 1080 5G chipset, such as HDR10+ in 4K UHD and 144Hz support at FHD+ display resolutions. The chipset also supports mobile photography through AI and it can handle sensors of up to 200-megapixels. The incorporated 5G modem is capable of topping speeds of 5.1Gbps.

The video doesn’t reveal anything new or groundbreaking about the upcoming 5nm solution but the message here is that the Exynos 1080 5G is so fast that it makes your phone fly, figuratively of course. Hopefully this will indeed be the case and the Exynos 1080 5G will help Samsung recover its image. The Exynos 1080 is expected to debut inside a Vivo smartphone in early 2021.

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