A new SoC running score data appeared in the backend of AnTuTu. Judging by the architecture, this is the Exynos 1080 that Samsung previously announced.

Samsung Exynos 1080

In terms of architecture, this SoC uses four Cortex-A78 large cores with four Cortex-A55 small cores. The GPU is Mali-G78. But the number of cores has not been identified. According to the information previously announced by Samsung, it is built using a 5nm process.

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The mysterious new model with the Exynos SoC is called ‘ORION’. It uses a 2376×1080 resolution screen, a built-in 8GB memory and a 512GB body storage space. It runs Android 11 system.

In AnTuTu, it scored 693,600 points, of which CPU score is 181,099, GPU score is 297,676, MEM score is 115,169, and UX score is 99,656.

This total score has surpassed the current strongest Snapdragon 865 Plus, and even has a clear advantage over the GPU overclocked Snapdragon 865.

AnTuTu said that comparing the performance, the CPU part is basically the same as that of the Snapdragon 865, and the GPU has obvious advantages. This means that the Exynos 1080 GPU has reached the flagship level.

Samsung Orion engineering machine

In addition, it is speculated from the MEM results that this new machine comes with LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 flash storage. It has obvious advantages in read and write speed. The UX score also means that the new machine sports at least a 120Hz refresh rate screen.

According to previous reports, the Samsung Exynos 1080 will use Samsung’s own most advanced 5nm LPE process, which is two generations past the 8nm process used in the previous generation Exynos 980. At the same time, the Exynos 1080 will also use ARM’s latest Cortex-A78 and Cortex-A55 dual-cluster CPU architecture. And the integrated GPU will also be upgraded to ARM’s latest Mali-G78. The CPU of this processor can have a performance increase of 20%, and the GPU performance can be increased by 25%.

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