Samsung’s new Exynos 1080 chipset promises big improvements for the midrange
Samsung’s Exynos chipsets may not be as common as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors here in the US, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re inherently worse. The company unveiled its new Exynos 1080 chip today, and it promises big gains in areas like 5G, on-device AI, and battery performance.
The processor is Samsung’s first to be based on a 5nm process, which basically means it can be smaller and more power efficient at the same time.
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