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Samsung's 3nm Exynos W1000 to go into the Galaxy Watch 7

by on17 May 2024

A big upgrade compared to the 5nm Exynos W930

According to a fresh report coming from Korea, Samsung's Galaxy Watch7 could get the new 3nm Exynos W1000 chipset, which could bring a significant boost in both performance and efficiency.

The rumor, spotted by, citing the original source coming from Korea, gives a bit more details about the new Samsung 3nm W1000 SoC for smartwatches. According to rumors, the Exynos W1000 SoC is built on Samsung's 2nd generation 3nm manufacturing node and should be a big improvement compared to the Exynos W930 used in the Galaxy Watch 6.

In case you missed it, the Exynos W930 is a 5nm dual-core SoC with two Cortex-A55 1.4GHz cores, Mali-G68 GPU, and is paired up with 2GB of RAM. The new Exynos W1000 should also have an upper hand when compared to the Apple 5nm S9 SoC.

Other reports also suggest that Samsung will unveil three models for the Galaxy Watch7 series. The event is rumored to be set for July 10th, and focus heavily on the 2024 Summer Olympics which will be held later that month in Paris, with Samsung as one of the biggest sponsors of the games. The event will bring the Galaxy Ring, Galaxy Z Fold and Flip 6, Galaxy Watch 7, and probably new earbuds.

Samsung has yet to send out invites for this event, but we get a feeling we could see it pretty soon.


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