Samsung introduced the Exynos 1380 and Exynos 1330 processors, both of which support 5G.
The Exynos 1380 is a 5nm process with four ARM Cortex-A78 CPU cores at 2.4GHz and four ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores at 2GHz.
The Mali-G68 MP5 GPU has a frequency of 950MHz, supports a 144Hz refresh rate FHD+ display, supports LPDDR4x and LPDDR5 DRAM chips and UFS 3.1 storage.
For imaging, the Exynos 1380’s integrated Triple ISP supports a 200-megapixel camera sensor with a 4.9TOPS built-in NPU that is slightly better than the Exynos 1280. It also supports 4K 30fps video recording with EIS, supports HDR and real-time object recognition.
For communications, the Exynos 1380’s built-in 5G modem supports millimeter wave and sub-6GHz 5G networks, with peak download speeds up to 3.67Gbps and upload speeds up to 1.28Gbps. Support for Beidou, Galileo, Glonass, GPS, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC and USB Type-C interfaces.
The Exynos 1330 features two 2.4GHz Cortex-A78 CPU cores, six 2GHz Cortex-A55 CPU cores, Mali-G68 MP2 Gpus, and a 120Hz refresh rate FHD+ resolution display. LPDDR4x and LPDDR5 DRAM chips and UFS 2.2/UFS 3.1 storage compatibility are supported.
For video, the Exynos 1330’s internal ISP supports up to 100 megapixel cameras, as well as a 16-megapixel + 16-megapixel dual-camera setup. The MFC (Multi-format codec) can record and play 4K 30fps video codeced and decoded by HEVC, H.264 and VP8.
In addition, the Exynos 1330 has a built-in 5G modem that supports sub-6GHz 5G networks and boasts a peak download speed of 2.55Gbps and upload speed of 1.28Gbps.
The Exynos 1380 will be used in the new Galaxy A54 5G, while the Exynos 1330 will be used in the new Galaxy A14 5G.