The Exynos 1280 chipset, which is found in some of Samsung’s recent Galaxy A mid-range devices such as the Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy M33, has been revealed. The latest Samsung Exynos chipset is used in the motherboard of these phones.
The New Chipset
The chip has an eight-core CPU with two Cortex-A78 performance cores and six Cortex-A55 power-saving cores and was developed using Samsung’s 5nm EUV technology. The GPU is handled by the Arm Mali-G68, and you get the best connectivity.
The new SoC’s Fused Multiply-Add (FMA) has been tuned, resulting in lower power consumption and longer battery life. The onboard neural processing unit provides AI features such as scene segmentation, real-time motion analysis, and multi-object surveillance (NPU).
Specification of Exynos 1280
The following are the Samsung Exynos 1280 specifications:
- 64-bit CPU with 2x Cortex-A78 @2.4GHz and 6x Cortex-A55 @2.0GHz Arm Mali-G68 GPU
- AI Engine: TOPS AI Engine 4.3 with NPU.
- Sub-6GHz 5G NR Plus Modem 5G NR mm
- Wave 1: multi-SIM global 5G, 2.55 Gbps DL, 1.28 Gbps UL.
- Dual-band (2.4/5G) Wi-Fi 802.11ac MIMO Wi-Fi
- A single-camera with a resolution of up to 108 MP, a triple camera with a resolution of up to 16 MP, and the
- ability to record and playback 4K video at 30 frames per second.
- Display FHD+ @120 Hz
- UFS v2.2 storage LPDDR4x memory
- Bluetooth 5.2, FM Radio Rx, and L1 and L5 GNSS quad-constellation multi-signal are also included.
The Exynos 1280 has a refresh rate of up to 120Hz for FHD+ displays. Exynos’ image signal processor (ISP) can handle resolutions of up to 108 Megapixels and up to three 16 Megapixel modules. Samsung also included the following:
- Image processing on multiple frames.
- Image stabilisation via electronic means (EIS).
- Recording and playback of 4K video at 30 frames per second.
The connectivity package includes dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac MIMO, Bluetooth 5.2, and quad-constellation multi-signal for L1 and L5 GNSS locations.