Samsung recently unveiled its main mid-range for this year – the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. This phone is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 1280 chip, but we will find out the details about this chip only today. What is the chip that drives Samsung’s main mid-range phone?
In addition to the Galaxy A53 phone, it is worth noting that the Exynos 1280 also runs the Galaxy A33 as well as the Galaxy M33. Samsung has revealed that this chip is built on Samsung’s 5 nm EUV process. It has an octa-core CPU, which consists of two Cortex-A78 cores running at 2.4 GHz and six Cortex-A55 energy-efficient cores running at 2.0 Hz. On the GPU side, there’s the Arm Mali-G68.
Samsung’s new mid-range chip is optimized with Fused Multiply-Add (FMA), which should bring lower power consumption, which will contribute to longer battery life. The built-in NPU unit brings AI functions such as real-time motion analysis, multi-object monitoring, scene segmentation, etc.
The Exynos 1280 comes with support for 120 Hz Full HD + screens. The ISP supports a maximum main camera sensor of up to 108 MP and three additional sensors of 16 MP. Samsung has also added some improvements in photo processing, so the Exynos 1280 will process photos in the sense that they are clearer and have less noise. There is EIS support as well as 4K video recording at 30 frames per second.
The chip supports LPDDR4x RAM and UFS v2.2 internal memory.