Samsung unveils Exynos chipset powering the Galaxy Watch 4 ' and it is insane

Samsung is ready for the Galaxy Watch 4 and, if recent leaks from the past three weeks, they are confident that it will be one of the most popular Android smartwatches. Samsung now has details on the hardware that powers the Galaxy Watch 4.Exynos W920 will power the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This 5nm wearable chipet is designed to provide better performance and be more efficient. Two Cortex A55 cores are used in the W920, as well as an Arm Mali–G68 GPU. Samsung reports a 20% increase in CPU performance and a 10x increase in graphics performance. A 4G LTE Cat. 4 modems for cellular connectivity and GPS built-in.The W920 is based on the Samsung SLSI 5nm EUV node. This chipset, Samsung claims, can handle displays up to 960x540. The W920 includes a Cortex M55 coprocessor, which allows for an always-on display without needing to power the main cores.The Exynos W920's "smallest package" is what makes it stand out. This means that the System-in-Package containing cores, power management ICs and RAM takes up less space. The W920 gives Samsung the ability to offer smartwatches with bigger batteries and sleeker designs, as space is at a premium in wearables.The Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic will showcase the new Wear OS 3.0 platform Google and Samsung has developed. Both products will be revealed on August 11.