Samsung Exynos W920 Launched As First 5nm Wearable SoC | Supports New Samsung-Google UI
Samsung announced the launch of Samsung Exynos W920, the latest process for wearables. The new processor adds an LTE modem. A 5-nanometer extreme ultra-violet process node is used to build the processor for the first time in the industry. However, it will offer powerful yet efficient performance for the next-generation wearable devices.
Harry Cho, the vice president of System LSI marketing at Samsung Electronics said, “Wearables like smartwatches are no longer just a cool gadget to have. They’re now a growing part of our lifestyles to keep you fit, safe and alert” He added, “With the Exynos W920, future wearables will be able to run applications with visually appealing user interfaces and more responsive user experiences while keeping you connected on the go with fast LTE.”
Samsung Exynos W920 Specifications
- Firstly, it packs two Arm Cortex-A55 cores for high-performing yet power-efficient processing
- An Arm Mali-G68 GPU that boasts improved CPU performance
- 10 times better graphics performance
- Faster application launches
- More interactive 3D GUI on up to a qHD (960×540) display
- Significantly, Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging (FO-PLP) design
- To activate Always-On display, Samsung Exynos W920 activates a low-power display processor- Cortex-M55 and not the main CPU.
- Connectivity- 4G LTE Cat.4 modem.
- A Global Navigation Satellite System L1 for tracking speed, distance, and elevation during outdoor activities.
The Exynos W920 supports a new unified wearable platform Samsung built jointly with Google. It will be first applied to the upcoming Galaxy Watch 4.
Exynos W920 comes with a Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging design. It allows the company to squeeze the size of the chipset to the smallest possible.
Know more at the official website- https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/exynos/