Samsung today formally announced its new flagship Exynos 1080 processor. The announcement was made by Dr. Yimao Cai of the South Korean giant’s R&D department during an interview.
The new Exynos 1080 single-chip system is manufactured using a 5nm manufacturing process. It uses the Cortex-A78 processor cores, as well as the Mali-G78 GPU.
During the interview, Dr. Imao Kai also added that the current score of the Exynos 1080 SoC in the popular AnTuTu test application already exceeds 650,000 points. It is expected that after optimization, the new product will show an even better result.
But even now, if you look at the average test results for smartphones based on Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 865+ in August, Exynos 1080 already tops the AnTuTu rating. Yes, we heard about how in some cases Android flagships scored even more, but the official data on the average AnTuTu scores say that the leader today is Asus ROG Phone 3 with a score of 615,000 points.
The first smartphone to be built on the Exynos 1080 should be the Vivo X60.