Introducing the Exynos W1000 Chip for the Watch7 Series

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With just a week left until the July 10th Galaxy Unpacked event, where foldable and wearable devices will take center stage, Samsung has preemptively unveiled the Exynos W1000 chip. This announcement is designed to showcase the chip expected to power the upcoming Galaxy Watch7 and Watch Ultra models.

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The Exynos W1000 is Samsung’s first 3nm chip, leveraging a second-generation node with GAA technology. It features an ARM Cortex-A78 core clocked at 1.6 GHz and four Cortex-A55 cores at 1.5 GHz. This configuration represents significant hardware for a smartwatch. Compared to the Exynos W930, Samsung claims the W1000 offers 2.7 times faster app launch speeds, 3.4 times greater single-core performance, and 3.7 times higher multi-core performance.

The Mali-G68MP2 GPU can drive smartwatch displays with resolutions up to 640 x 640 pixels, and the chip supports 32GB of storage. While Samsung hasn’t specified the amount of LPDDR5 RAM, it is likely configurable, with the new Galaxy Watch series expected to come with 2GB of RAM. The Exynos W1000 also includes a 4G modem (without 5G support), dual-band WiFi (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC. These core features will be complemented by various sensors in the final smartwatch models.


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