Exynos 1080 announced: Samsung's first 5nm chip is also the first to use Cortex-A78 cores

Samsung today formally announced the   midrange chipset. As , the SoC is based on the company’s . Usually, the smaller the node, the more transistors can fit onto a chip, and this boosts performance and efficiency.

Exynos 1080 performance

Samsung’s current chip for midrange phones, the , was manufactured using the 8nm FinFET process. The 8nm node was the Korean giant’s last DUV-base process technology and it served as a while the 7nm technology was being developed.
It appears that the Exynos …
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