Samsung has finally revealed the chipset that the Galaxy A33, A53, and M53 use. The Exynos 1280 manufactured on a 5nm process!

It also has 5G services to boot, but knowing this is Exynos, we are a little worried about its performance

When the next-generation A-series was launched, Samsung is pretty quiet about the chipset other than the fact it has 5G and is based on a 5nm process. Well, Samsung has finally voiced out what this mysterious chipset is, to the public.

The chipset is built upon a 5nm EUV process and is composed of an octa-core CPU comprising of two 2.4GHz Cortex-A78 performance cores and six 2GHz Cortex-A55 efficiency cores. These cores are paired with the Valhall-based Arm Mali-G68 GPU. For AI and processing, it is composed of an AI Engine with a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) with a score of 4.3TOPS. It has capabilities for 5G services, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, FM Radio, and 5G NR mmWave 1 as well as 5G NR sub-6GHz.

The chipset can support cameras amounting to 108mp and video of up to 32MP at 30fps. Speaking of video, it can record 4K@30fps as well.

The chipset competes with other chipsets like the Mediatek Dimensity 800U, Dimensity 810, Dimensity 920, Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G.

The chipset was first used on the Galaxy A33, A53, and the M53, which is the online-only and “lite” version of the A53.

Source: Samsung