Competition for 5nm chips is on! Samsung Exynos1080 vs. Kirin 9000

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After the release of the iPhone 12 series, the emergence of the 5nm chip has caused a lot of trouble. Apple’s A14 processor is the first 5nm chip in the mobile phone market. It is also expected to be the most powerful 5nm chip.

For Samsung Orion, everyone is no longer unfamiliar. Many series of chips have achieved very good results in the market earlier. This time Exynos 1080 can also be regarded as an upgraded version of Exynos 980. In terms of processor structure, Exynos 1080 It integrates the latest ARM Cortex-A78 CPU + Mali-G78 GPU core. The overall strength can be said to be very powerful.

The Kirin 9000 is also the china chip that netizens are looking forward to. It is reported that due to the suppression of chip technology, the Kirin 9000 is likely to be the last swan song of HiSilicon. Of course, whether this news is true or not is still undecided. Talking about processor performance, this time Kirin 9000 uses the A77 architecture in the chip design. Its 8-core structure is a design scheme of 1 large core + 3 large cores + 4 small cores, and the highest frequency of the large core is up to 3.13GHz. In terms of GPU, the latest G78 architecture is used. At present, it is also a very strong 5nm chip player.

Looking at the latest CPU performance ladder, Samsung’s Exynos1080 and Huawei’s Kirin 9000 have been ranked first; then Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 series, and further down is the Dimensity 1000 series. This shows that, Samsung’s Exynos1080 and Huawei’s Kirin 9000 are likely to counterattack in the next period of time and become the most eye-catching 5nm chips in the market!

Next, the competition of 5nm chips will become extremely fierce. Of course, as for who to choose, it depends entirely on the preferences of consumers, but it is clear that the emergence of 5nm chips, whether it is battery life or performance Performance has been greatly improved, which is undoubtedly a great thing

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