Vivo announced today that the Vivo X60 series will debut Samsung Exynos 1080 flagship chip.
Samsung’s Exynos 1080 flagship chip is based on the advanced 5nm EUV FinFET process.
According to the official introduction, compared with the 8nm LPP process, the 5nm EUV FinFET process used by Exynos 1080 has 14% performance improvement and 30% power consumption reduction. Compared with the 7nm DUV process, the performance is improved by 7% and the power consumption is reduced by 18%.
In addition, Exynos 1080 is the first 5nm A78 core in the industry. Its CPU and GUP adopt the combination of ARM’s latest generation Cortex-A78 and Mali-G78, with the CPU’s main frequency reaching up to 2.8ghz. The performance of Mali-G78 GPU is 25% higher than Mali-G77.
In terms of running score, the Exynos 1080 Antutu has a running score of nearly 700,000, which is higher than the Snapdragon 865 flagship processor.
In addition, Vivo X60 series is equipped with the new ultra stable micro Yuntai technology 2.0, which provides a greater stabilization Angle and a greater degree of picture integrity than normal OIS, providing a strong logistics support for night shots.
It is worth noting that vivo X60 series will carry the optical lens jointly developed by Vivo and Zeiss, and the imaging performance is worth looking forward to.