Samsung typically launches its new Galaxy A series of phones early in the first quarter of each year, and early next year it is expected to release new models such as the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A74, at least one of which is expected to have a new Exynos mid-range processor, which is already available.
Exynos 1380 and Exynos 1330 are already listed in the Bluetooth SIG database, and according to the certification document, the two Exynos processors will support Bluetooth 5.3 through a separate RF chip called Samsung Bluetooth Controller v6. The two new Exynos chips will be used in Samsung’s Galaxy A, Galaxy F and Galaxy M series smartphones and tablets.
Exynos 1380 is likely to have at least two ARM Cortex-A series high performance CPU cores, complemented by Mali series (most likely Mali-G615) Gpus that offer more performance than the Exynos 1280. The processor is also likely to feature a fully integrated 5G baseband that supports millimeter wave and sub-6GHz 5G networks. As the Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A53 5G are equipped with the Exynos 1280 processor, the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 are expected to be equipped with the Exynos 1380 processor.
And the Exynos 1330 is a new chipset that Samsung is likely to introduce as a successor to the Exynos 850 or Exynos 880.