This morning, Samsung officially released the Exynos 880 5G chip with integrated 5G baseband. This chip is also based on Samsung’s 8nm FinFET process. The Exynos 880 comes with two A77 large cores at 2GHz and six A55 small cores at 1.8Ghz. Furthermore, it uses a Mali-G76 MP5 GPU, supports advanced graphics API, and integrates a variety of technologies for graphics processing.
Samsung Exynos 880 supports the sub-6GHz band and the uplink rate is 1.28Gbps while the downlink rate is 2.55Gbps. Furthermore, this chip supports E-UTRA-NR Dual Connectivity. Here, it combines 5G and 4G to achieve a 3.55Gbps downlink. The uplink is also a little higher, 1.38Gbps. On LTE, it is capable of hitting a 1Gbps downlink speed.
In terms of cameras, Exynos 880 supports up to 64MP camera or 20MP + 20MP dual camera, 4K 30fps video recording, and 4K video decoding/encoding using H.265, H.264, and VP9 codecs.
According to the company, Exynos 880 supports LPDDR4x memory and UFS 2.1, eMMC 5.1 flash memory. Furthermore, it also supports Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi 5, FM radio, GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, and USB Type-C ports.
Presently, this new processor from Samsung is already in mass production and is set to be debuted by Vivo Y70s. In addition to the Vivo Y70s, we also expect other Samsung mid-range devices to use this chip.