More details Samsung Exynos 5250 SoC
Back in mid-August this year, Samsung launched its 5 Series SoC Exynos , exynos 5250 soc being the first member of the new product line based on Samsung arm Cortex-A15 architecture, but so far, although we know their specifications, yet nothing was known about their performance.
Samsung and HowChip announced a motherboard based developer Samsung Exynos 5250 SoC named Arndale Board (U.S. $249), which reveals some additional details of the new SoC from Samsung, among which are:
- Execution big.LITTLE (Cortex-A15 + Cortex-A5).
- Performance comparable to a dual-core SoC Cortex-A9 running at 2.4GHz (11,900 DMIPS).
- Upper graph 144% yield (2.44X) to Apple A6 SoC (72 GFlops, near the IGP 80GFlops AMD Radeon HD 6310).
- 1600P resolution support (WQXGA via eDisplayPort).
- Support 1080P resolution stereoscopic 3D (via HDMI).
Details are few but impressive for an ARM SoC, which is emerging as one of the most powerful on the market. The Arndale card Board, will be available in November this year, the date on which the first benchmarks probably have the new Samsung SoC.
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