The Samsung Galaxy Watch Series 4 is equipped with the new Exynos W920 SoC with a built-in 4G LTE modem

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series is powered by the Exynos W920 SoC, Samsung’s latest next-generation wearable chipset. A leading Korean technology company has just announced a new SoC that will offer “high performance, efficiency, LTE connectivity” in the smallest form factor in the industry. 

Samsung also claims to be the first SoC based on the 5nm Ultraviolet (EUV) technology node. The Exynos W920 SoC supports LPDDR4 RAM and onboard multimedia card memory (eMMC). The Samsung Exynos W920 is a dual-core SoC with Arm Cortex A55 cores and Arm Mali G68 GPU. 

In addition, a dedicated low-power display processor Cortex-M55 is installed, providing continuous display (AoD) with less power than the previous generation Exynos SoC. The Exynos W920 is said to increase CPU performance by about 20% and graphics performance by 10x. 

5nm hard drives also offer “faster application launches and a more engaging and interactive 3D graphical user interface (GUI).” It supports a maximum resolution of 960×540 pixels. This chipset also has a Fan Panel Level Pack (FO-PLP). It contains internal memory thanks to a Power Management IC (PMIC), LPDDR4-RAM, and Packaged Package Configuration (SiP-ePoP). Multimedia (MMC) in one package. 

The Exynos W920 is equipped with a 4G LTE Cat.4 modem and an L1 Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) that tracks speed, distance, and altitude outdoors. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series will be the first wearable device with the Exynos W920 SoC. 

The chipset is compatible with a new integrated wearable platform called One UI Watch, which was jointly developed by Samsung and Google. The smartwatch model will be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 11. Along with this will be presented a new generation of foldable smartphones Samsung – Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy.

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