Samsungheld on July 26 unpacked introduced the Galaxy Watch 6 series at its event. The new members of this series come with a new processor, as well as a brighter screen, thin design and advanced health tracking features. This new processor Exynos W930is at the heart of the new smartwatches.
He shared some information about the processor of Samsung’s new smart watches at the Galaxy Unpacked event, which Samsung organizes every year. Even if these details are basic information, they can reveal some details about the new smart watch.
The most striking feature of Samsung’s new smart watch is that it comes with the Exynos W930. What are the other details of the new smartwatch? What awaits us in Samsung’s new model?
Exynos W930 Technical Specifications
During the Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung only shared some basic information about the processor of its new smartwatches. Exynos W930 can be described as an improved Exynos W920 with more memory and overclocking features.
This new processor goes through the 5nm manufacturing process and has a dual-core Cortex-A55 CPU running at 1.4GHz. It promises 18% more performance gains over its predecessor. Inside the processor is the ARM Mali-G68 MP2 GPU, which offers maximum QHD resolution and 21 FPS video playback capability.
Innovative Packaging Solutions
Samsung states that it can combine the CPU, GPU, 2GB LPDDR4 RAM, 16GB eMMC storage and power management integrated chip in a single package and place it in the smartwatch. In this process, packaging solutions called FO-PLP (Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging) and SiP-ePoP (System-in-Package-embedded Package on Package) were used. These technologies are not new; It was also used in the previous model Exynos W920. So it would be fair to say that the Exynos W930 is essentially an Exynos W920 with more RAM and a slightly higher clock speed.
The processor supports integrated GNSS, 4G LTE modem, dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.3 and NFC connections. There’s also a separate dual-core Cortex-A55 chipset for low-power tasks when the clock is running in always-on display mode.
Samsung plans to use this new processor in the Galaxy Watch 7 and even in other smartwatches that it will release in the future. This demonstrates Samsung’s assurance of the processor’s performance and efficiency.
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