Vivo X60 Debut Exynos 1080
Today, Vivo announced that the Vivo X60 Debut Exynos 1080 the Samsung’s 5nm flagship chip. The Exynos 1080 is Samsung’s first mobile chip to use the latest ARM architecture Cortex A78.
Officially, the 5nm EUV FinFET process used in the Exynos 1080 is 14% higher in performance and 30% lower in power consumption compared to the 8nm LPP process, and 7% higher in performance and 18% lower in power consumption compared to the 7nm DUV process.
The CPU part, Exynos 1080 consists of one 2.8GHz A78 mega core, three A78 large cores, and four A55 small cores. The GPU part uses Mali-G78 MP10 and also integrates a high-performance NPU, ISP, and 5G baseband supporting millimeter-wave and Sub 6GHz.
Besides, the Exynos 1080 also supports a 120Hz refresh rate, 2K resolution (up to 90Hz), 10bit video recording, 200MP CMOS, 6 cameras, Wi-Fi 6, UFS 3.1, LPDDR5, etc. In terms of performance, AnTuTu previously tallied a score of 693,600, with a CPU score of 181,099, GPU score of 297,676, MEM score of 115,169, and UX score of 99,656.
This total score has surpassed the Snapdragon 865 Plus and is second only to the Kirin 9000, which is already considered a flagship SoC. The Vivo X60 series equipped with this SoC is expected to be officially released at the end of this month, but the specific time has yet to be officially confirmed.
It is worth noting that the Vivo X60 series will be equipped with the optical lens jointly developed by Vivo and Zeiss, and the imaging performance is worth looking forward to.