Samsung’s new Exynos 1380 brings support for 200MP cameras, advanced on-device AI

What you need to know

  • Samsung has announced a new mid-range Exynos 1380 chipset.
  • The octa-core CPU promises a 30% increase in multi-core performance.
  • It aims to improve 5G and bring a 200MP camera on mid-range phones.

Samsung is still working on Exynos processors, albeit ditching not so much for flagship devices like the recent Galaxy S23 series. Instead, the company has announced a new Exynos 1380 SoC that will power mid-range devices from Samsung this year.

Despite being a mid-range processor, the Exynos 1380 promises huge improvements in terms of performance, gaming, and cameras over the predecessor. The latter, the Exynos 1280, was seen in mid-range devices like Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy A33 5G, and Galaxy M33 from last year.

The new Exynos 1380 aims to step up the game in app loading times and multitasking with the new octa-core CPU featuring four Arm Cortex A78s and four Cortex A55s that promise power efficiency. Compared to the Exynos 1280, these CPUs work together and promise to deliver “approximately 40% faster execution speed, 20% faster game loading, and 30% powerful multi-core performance.”

Samsung Exynos 1380

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The chipset uses the Arm Mali G68 GPU for gaming, which promises strong and consistent graphics while assisting in longer battery life. According to Samsung (opens in new tab), the chipset also uses the AI Engine through an improved NPU capable of 4.9 trillion operations per second. This facilitates the voice assistance capabilities of devices with advanced language voice recognition.


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