Samsung unveils first processor developed using 3-nanometer technology

Samsung has unveiled its new Exynos W1000 processor, its first processor developed using 3nm technology.

Samsung indicates that the new processor includes a Cortex-A78 core, four Cortex-A55 cores, a Mali-G68 MP2 graphics processing unit supporting screens with resolutions of up to (460/460) pixels, and supports 32 GB of internal storage memory, meaning it will provide superior performance for the new smartwatch.

According to information provided by the company, the new processor can run applications 2.7 times faster and consumes less power than the Exynos W930 processor.

To miniaturize the processor, Samsung used many new technologies in its development, such as Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging (FOPLP) technology, and used special materials in its manufacturing.

Samsung plans to introduce the processor in its new Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra, due to be announced next week, and it could also be found in a number of new mobile devices.

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