Samsung presented two new 5-nanometer, eight-core mid-range sets, both with 5G-capable, associable LPDDR4x/5 RAM and UFS 3.1 standard internal storage, and both work with Cortex-A78 and Cortex-A55 cores With Mali-G68 GPU. The Exynos 1380 has four cores with a maximum power centimeter of 2.8 GHz and four energy-efficient cores at 2 GHz, while the Exynos 1330 has two 2.4 GHz and six 2 GHz cores.
The higher-positioned 1380 supports a maximum 144 Hz refresh rate with FHD+ resolution, while the 1330 only goes up to 120 Hz. 4K 30 fps video recording is a given for both sets, but EIS and HDR only come with the 1380, which copes with a maximum 200 megapixel sensor, while the 1330 handles a maximum 108 megapixel sensor.
Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC are also common features, but the WiFi 6 standard is only supported by the more powerful chip. The Exynos 1380 may be launched first in the Galaxy A54, and the 1330 can be found a little lower in the food chain.