This morning Samsung officially released the Exynos 880 5G chip with an integrated 5G baseband. This chip is also based on Samsung's 8nm FinFET process. The Exynos 880 has two large A77 cores with 2 GHz and six small A55 cores with 1.8 GHz. It also uses a Mali-G76 MP5 GPU, supports advanced graphics API, and integrates a variety of graphics processing technologies.
Samsung Exynos 880 supports the sub-6 GHz band and the uplink rate is 1.28 Gbit / s, while the downlink rate is 2.55 Gbit / s. This chip also supports E-UTRA-NR dual connectivity. Here 5G and 4G are combined to achieve a downlink of 3.55 Gbit / s. The uplink is also somewhat higher at 1.38 Gbit / s. A downlink speed of 1 Gbit / s can be achieved under LTE.
Regarding cameras, Exynos 880 supports up to 64 MP camera or 20 MP + 20 MP dual camera, 4K 30fps video recording and 4K video decoding / coding with 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. Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi 5, FM radio, GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo and USB Type-C connections are also supported.
Currently this new processor from Samsung is already in mass production and is expected to be launched by Vivo Y70s. In addition to the Vivo Y70, we also expect other mid-range Samsung devices to use this chip.