Samsung to Launch The Apple M1 Chip Competitor

Samsung works on a new 5nm Exynos SoC exclusively for notebooks and plans to ship the chip in the second half of this year. According to the latest news.

Shortly after Apple released its strong M1 chipset, this article began to run on the internet and the reports from Qualcomm were working on something known as SC8280.

While the latest Exynos chipset has not been specificated, some leakages say an embedded AMD GPU has been included. In a recent leak, Ice Universe, the truly notorious tipster, says the Korean firm plans to make its debut in June.

Further, the next 5-nm chipset will most often be used by both smartphones and laptops, according to an industry source. He said, He said,

With a five-nanometer processor technology, the latest Exynos provides enhanced features, including outstanding computing power and battery life. Both computers and smartphones are ideal for this.

It specifically creates a chipset to imitate Apple's M1 chipsets, which not only power their MacBook family but also their iPad Pro and iMac lines. Samsung has also been speculated to design an Exynos chipset for the performance of the A14 Bionic.

Other reports that Apple plans in the near future for more efficient machines are now launching the latest M1X or M2 silicon.