Last week, Samsung announced the Exynos 1080 5G-ready chipset. It arrived as the successor to the Exynos 980 SoC from last year that was first seen on the Vivo X30 series last year. The Exynos 1080 is Samsung’s first 5nm chipset and it is speculated to fuel the Vivo X60 series that is expected to debut soon in China. Today, AnTuTu shared a snapshot of the AnTuTu benchmarks of the Exynos 1080 SoC.
The Exynos 1080 5nm chipset has four large Cortex-A78 CPU cores clocking at 2.1 GHz and four small Cortex-A55 cores. The SoC is equipped with Mali-G78 GPU. As it is known, the Exynos 1080 is designed to power upper mid-range phones. The AnTuTu benchmarks shows the Exynos 1080 powering a mysterious device that is codenamed as ORION.
The mysterious ORION device has a screen that supports 1080 x 2376 pixels resolution. The Exynos 1080 SoC is coupled with 8 GB of RAM and has a massive internal storage of 512 GB. The device is preinstalled with Android 11 OS.
Coming to the performance, the Exynos 10800 powered ORION device has scored 181,099 in the GPU test, 297,676 in the GPU test, 115,169 in the memory test, and 99,656 in the UX test. The average of this scored is 693,600, which is even higher the Snapdragon 865 Plus flagship chipset.
It is said that the ORION device has LPPDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. The UX test has revealed that the screen of the device supports at least 120Hz refresh rate. Could it be the Vivo X60 seires phone? It is advisable to wait for further reports to know more about it.