Samsung announced the Exynos W920 chip, which it says is the first wearable chip to be built with the 5-nanometer (nm) extreme ultra-violet (EUV) process node. The company intends to use it for its future wearable devices, such as the rumored Galaxy Watch 4.
The chip has an integrated LTE modem, two Cortex-A55 cores, and a Mali-G68 GPU. That GPU promises ten times better graphics performance than its predecessor, which could make interfaces and graphics looks substantially better on future wearables.
That 5nm process allows the company to make a smaller chip with more power, which is really the goal of all chip makers.