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Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic | Specs | Phones 2020

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Just a couple of months ago, Apple introduced and launched the A14 Bionic on the processor market, this being the big brother of the A13 Bionic and its last SoC launched to date. Due to the great popularity that it has obtained in such a short time, we decided to compare it with another great technology, the Exynos 1080, which promises to reach us in full force. Here we will compare them and show you all their specifications in this Exynos 1000 vs A14 Bionic comparison!

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – All The Differences You Need To Know!

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Specifications (Specs) Sheet Comparison

SoCExynos 1080A14 Bionic
Release date November 12thSeptember, 2020
Process 5nm EUV 5nm TSMC
CPU 1x ARM Cortex-A78 main high-performance core running at a speed of @2.8GHz
3x ARM Cortex-A78 high-performance cores running at a speed of @2.6GHz
4x ARM Cortex-A55 power-efficient cores running at a speed of @2GHz
Dual-cluster design (2 + 4)
GPU ARM Mali-G78 MP10 “Apple A14 Bionic” GPU
Memory LPDDR5
4GB of RAM / 12GB of ROM
LPDDR4X-4266
6GB of RAM / 16GB of ROM

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Release Date Comparison

Before we talk about the specifications with which these two processors work, let’s talk a bit about the date they were released. The A14 Bionic has launched a couple of months ago in September 2020, while, on the other hand, the Exynos 1080 was launched last month, on November 12.

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Process Comparison

First off let us start with the process technology which determines the power consumption and performance of the SoC. Keep in mind the lower the number the better is the performance as well as battery life efficiency. Starting with the Exynos 1080, and knowing that it is a processor that will have updated specifications, it is not surprising that it has a 5nm EUV process, thus positioning itself as one of the strongest on the market. On the same note, the processor released by Apple relies on the 5nm process made by TSMC.

Winner: Tie

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – CPU Comparison

Getting to talk about the CPU inside these processors, the Exynos 1080 works along with an octa-core design CPU with a 1 + 3 + 4 cores configuration that is arranged as follows:

  • 1x ARM Cortex-A78 main high-performance core running at a speed of @2.8GHz
  • 3x ARM Cortex-A78 high-performance cores running at a speed of @2.6GHz
  • 4x ARM Cortex-A55 power-efficient cores running at a speed of @2GHz

On the other hand, and about the A14 Bionic, there is not much information about it, although, at the time of its announcement, Apple did want to make it clear that it will have a dualcluster design (2 + 4), which could be similar to the that can be seen in the A13 Bionic, is the following:

  • 2x Apple Lightning high-performance cores running at a speed of @2.65GHz
  • 4x Apple Thunder power-efficient cores running at a speed of @1.8GHz

For the moment, it is safe to declare the SoC made by Samsung as the winner, not only because of the strength of its cores and how they are arranged but also because there is no exact information on the cores that the A14 Bionic has.

Winner: Exynos 1080

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – GPU Comparison

Turning to talk about the GPUs that are inside these two powerful processors, in terms of graphical performance, the Exynos 1080 features the ARM Mali-G78 MP10 GPU, which works with ten cores and a clock rate of 720mAh. On the other hand, the A14 Bionic has an Apple-designed four-core “Apple A14 Bionic” graphics processing unit of which we still do not have much information.

At first glance, and based only on the number of cores that these two GPUs have, it can be said that the Exynos 1080 is the winner, and honestly it was something to be expected since, in addition to that, it works together with a powerful CPU and a process of the highest quality on the market yet.

Winner: Exynos 1080

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Benchmark Comparison

Going on to talk a bit about this point, and although there are no images to corroborate this information, it is rumored that the Exynos 1080 obtained a Single-Core Score of 1,302 and a Multi-Core Score of 4,250 in Geekbench, while the A14 Bionic obtained a Single-Core Score of 1,585 and a Multi-Core Score of 3,924.

On the other hand, on AnTuTu, the Apple processor got an amazing total score of 572,333 points, and while Exynos 1080 scores around 697,339 points on AnTuTu v8.

Exynos 1080 vs A13 Bionic vs A14 Bionic vs Snapdragon 865 AnTuTu v8 scores

 

Winner: Exynos 1080

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Connectivity Comparison

There is not much information on this topic about Apple’s A14 Bionic, but it is known that it will support 5G technology. Moreover, there’s the 4G LTE modem present continued from Apple A12 and it also has dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, USB 3.1, and types C, NFC, and GPS. On the other hand, and although there is not much information concerning this point, seeing that the Exynos 1080 is such an up-to-date processor relative to its specs, it is expected to be capable of supporting 4G and 5G connectivity with ease.

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Memory Comparison

About their memory, the Samsung processor supports LPDDR5 memory with maximum RAM storage of 4GB and a ROM storage of 12GB. With that being said, the Apple processor supports LPDDR4X-4266 memory with maximum RAM storage of 6GB and a ROM storage of 16GB.

Winner: A14 Bionic

Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic – Price Comparison

Finally, to see what is the best option among these processors at the budget level, we have to know the price of the phones they are on. Concerning the A14 Bionic, this processor is available inside the iPhone 12 Pro Max which has a price of 999 to 1049 USD, while, on the other hand, there is no specific information about the device that will have the Exynos 1080, although according to some rumors, it should be found inside the future Galaxy S30, which will be priced just like the Apple phone, at around 999 to 1049 USD.

Winner: Tie

The Verdict

Select Exynos 1080 if you want:

  • Better CPU performance
  • Better GPU performance
  • Better Geekbench score

Select A14 Bionic if you want:

  • Good single core performance
  • Bigger memory

Overall Winner: Exynos 1080

I hope you loved this Exynos 1080 vs A14 Bionic comparison. Which one is your favorite SoC? Let us know in the comments.

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