Upcoming Exynos 1280 will bring 5nm chips to budget market

When Samsung launched the Exynos 1080, the company went all-in on the 5nm architecture for its flagship and midrange processors. Unfortunately, the architecture never made it to a more budget-friendly market. The paradigm might change soon. According to a leak, Samsung will launch the budget-friendly Exynos 1280 next week.

The leak comes from Ice Universe in a now-deleted tweet (via GSMArena). As you might surmise from the above, the upcoming chipset will be built on a 5nm architecture. The chipset will bring faster performance to the company’s lower-tier lineup. Though the leak doesn’t specifically name any specific models for the company, the report does state that the Exynos 1280 will have a higher tier of performance than the Exynos 1080.

Of course, the Exynos 1080 is a slightly dated chipset at this point especially with this year’s lineup of chipsets. A lower-tier phone with performance better than the Exynos 1080 makes sense already.

To balance out the scales, the report also hints at a 4nm processor coming later this year. Samsung usually launches the next generation of chipsets before the year ends. Whatever the next Exynos chipset is, it will likely power next year’s Galaxy S phones.

Besides Samsung’s set of smartphones, the company also sells its chipsets to other smartphone makers. The new chipset might make its way to other brands, too.

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