samsung exynos

Samsung Exynos 1380 & 1330 Launched | Exclusive for A Series

Release Highlights

  • Samsung Exynos 1380 has been released
  • Samsung Exynon 1330, a low-end SoC, has been released.
  • They are based on 5nm architecture.
  • Both of them have a built-in 5G modem, 8 cores and support for LPDDR4x/5
  • 1380 can support 200MP, UFS3.1 and 144Hz screen. 

Samsung Exynos has launched two new low-end 5G chipsets. These SoCs are exclusive to the budget-friendly Samsung A series. It will help lower the A series price while giving the same decent performance as its competitors. The two chipsets are called Exynos 1380 and Exynos 1330. 

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Specifications of Samsung Exynos 1380

The first version is called Exynos 1380 and will be based on a 5nm architecture. It has 8 cores in total. 4 cores will be 2.4 GHz Cortex A78. On the other hand, the other 4 are 2.0Ghz Cortex A55. The GPU for the SoC is MaliG68 MP5, which can provide decent performance. It will have the 4.9TOPS computing power to further smoother the process.

As for the support, it can support cameras of up to 200Mp and can run LPDDR4x/5 RAM with UFS 3.1 flash memory. For the screen, it can work with a 144Hz FHD+ screen. 

Both the chipsets have compatibility with 5G with Sub 6 and mmWave. The peak uplink is 1.2Gpbs with a 3.79Gbps downlink.

Specifications of Samsung Exynos 1330

The Samsung Exynos 1330 is the cheaper version of the SoCs and is also based on 5nm architecture. It has 8 cores, the 2 cores are 2.4Ghz Cortex A-78. At the same time, it has 6 cores of 2.0 GHz A-55. For better graphical performance, it has Mali-G68 MP2. The SoC can support a camera of up to 108MP for all your photos and videos. As for the faster performance, it supports flash memory UFS2.2 / 3.1 and LPDDR4x/5. The peak downlink is 2.55Gbps and the uplink of 1.28Gpbs. It will make its debut in the Samsung Galaxy A14.

No doubt, it will make the next A series far more affordable. The only question is, will they be able to compete with the likings of Qualcomm and MediaTek processors in the same price category? 

Source (Weibo, in Chinese)