Samsung launches new mid-range smartphones with Exynos 1380
Most people consider Samsung’s mid-range phones to be some of the best on the market. It is mainly due to the internal specifications and the quality build that the company offers. To preserve its legacy, Samsung has decided to include its latest chipset, the Exynos 1380, in the next generation of midrange smartphones.
What are the new improvements in Exynos 1380?
The Exynos 1380 offers a few modest performance improvements. The chip has 4 Cortex-A78 and 4 Cortex-A55 cores and is manufactured using a 5nm EUV technology. In addition, the Exynos 1380 includes an Arm Mali-G68 MP5 GPU and a more advanced AI engine as a pair.
In addition, the company claims that the new AI engine can handle more advanced language recognition, especially for voice assistants. The SoC’s ability to recognize and analyze images and details is enhanced by its extensive AI capabilities, including image recognition. This happens because Samsung puts more emphasis on photos that have undergone AI processing.
It is interesting to note that the Samsung Exynos 1380 can also support a 200MP camera, which is a significant improvement for mid-range handsets. In addition, it supports 4K at 30 frames per second and uses USF 3.1 storage for fast saving and recall.
The Exynos 1380 is intended to be a midrange processor likely to be used in the next A-series smartphones to replace the Exynos 1280. It would be reasonable to expect the upcoming Galaxy A34 to feature Samsung’s most recent SoC, as the last year Galaxy A33 had the Exynos 1280 while some regions could get the Dimensity MT6877V. According to some other reports, the Galaxy A34 will pack 256 GB of expandable storage and 6 GB of RAM.
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