System-on-a-chip for mid-range devices.
Samsung announced the expansion of its line of chipsets with the Exynos 880 model. SoC is built on the 8 nm FinFET process technology. It consists of two ARM Cortex A76 cores operating at a frequency of 2 GHz and six ARM Cortex A55 cores operating at a frequency of 1.8 GHz. The graphics processor is responsible for the ARM Mali-G76 MP5 accelerator, which supports Full HD + displays.
Samsung notes that the performance of the Exynos 880 is roughly the same as last year's flagship Exynos 980. The chipset even uses a similar 5G modem, which can provide data transfer at speeds up to 2.55 Gb / s for download and up to 1.28 Gb / s for upload. In addition, technology is supported that can combine 4G and 5G networks to increase download speeds up to 3.55 Gb / s.
Exynos 880 supports 64 MP cameras or two cameras with a resolution of 20 MP. The maximum quality of the recorded video is 4K at 30 fps (H.265, H.264 and VP9 codecs).
The first smartphone that received the Exynos 880 was Vivo Y70s.