Samsung Shows Off its Latest Wearable Chipset


With Samsung’s upcoming wearables set to be revealed soon, the company recently gave a preview about its new Exynos W1000 chipset, the platform that’s designed to power its new wave of smartwatches. While most Wear OS devices pack Snapdragon-made chips inside, Samsung has decided to stick to its own Exynos processors.

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A 3nm chip, the Exynos W1000 comes with one larger performance core and four smaller efficiency cores. Inside is a Cortex-A78 1.6GHz Single-core and a Cortex-A55 1.5GHz Quad-core processor, a Mali-G68 MP2 GPU, and features support for watch displays with qHD (960×540) resolution. It also supports 32MB of built-in storage for app downloads and such. As for performance, Samsung claims that the W1000 can launch apps up to 2.7 times faster.

Samsung is expected to reveal its latest devices at its “Galaxy Unpacked” event, which is scheduled to go live on July 10 in Paris, France. Alongside its new Galaxy Watch devices (one of which will come with a drastic redesign), the company will also launch its latest foldables, as well as wireless earbuds.

Source: Samsung

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