The next range of processors Samsung Exynos has been certified by the database Bluetooth SIG🇧🇷 obtaining the necessary pre-launch certification. It should be noted that these are the chips that should equip the next Samsung Galaxy A em 2023.
However, these processors have not yet been released, even if it is now a matter of time before they are finally unveiled. It will, however, be the mid-range and mid-range processors to power, for example, the next affordable smartphones from the South Korean giant.
More specifically, we are facing the Exynos 1380 e Exynos 1330two SoC’s that promise to bring more processing power to the most competitive segment.
Exynos 1380 and Exynos 1330 certified by Bluetooth SIG
In first place we have the Exynos 1380. Apparently, this will be the successor of the current Exynos 1280 that powers smartphones like the current Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A33 5G, for example.
For this SoC we have two high-performance ARM Cortex-A cores. It will also have six more energy-efficient ARM Cortex-A cores. In addition, we have a Mali-G615 GPU, far superior to the current Mali-G68 used in the Exynos 1280.
In short, this means that the new processor will be faster, consume less energy and have more powerful graphics.
More power, more energy efficiency and better graphics (GPU)
Screen: Super AMOLED de 6,55” Full-HD+ a 120Hz
Processor: Exynos 1280 (5 nm) da Samsung
RAM: from 4 GB
Storage: from 128GB
Drums: 5 000 mAh a 25 W
Chambers: 64MP + 12MP + 5MP + 5MP / 32MP
Launch: March 2022
Discount: 25% on Amazon (in black)
Also paying attention to the Exynos 1380, we have the presence of an integrated 5G modem, compatible with mmWave and sub-6GHz standards for access to the fifth generation of mobile networks. At the moment, however, this is the extent of information available about the chipset in question. These details have now been confirmed by certification in the Bluetooth SIG database.
On the other hand, about the Exynos 1330 we still don’t have concrete information about this mid-range processor. Apparently, it will replace the old, but still used, Exynos 850 and 880 processors.
Note that these SoC’s equip entry-level models, the cheapest models in the Galaxy A range, the Galaxy A13, as well as the Galaxy A04.
Exynos 2300 reserved for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold
Finally, a note regarding the upcoming Exynos 2300, the next generation flagship chip. As already confirmed by Samsung itself, the Galaxy S23 range of smartphones will employ the next high-end Qualcomm chip, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, yet to be presented.
However, this Exynos 2300 can later be used in the mid-season launches of the South Korean manufacturer. Most likely, it will be present in the next range of foldable smartphones for 2023, that is, in the Galaxy Z Flip, as well as in the Galaxy Z Fold arriving in August.
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