Two years ago, which powers the current smart phones, and tablets to replace the Cortex-A9 processors announced a new architecture. Cortex-A15 CPUs, code-named Eagle
was developed under the project, with the use of a wide range of low-power servers are up and to reach top speed of 2.5 GHz Intel was hailed as the killer.
We first officially heard about the Samsung Exynos 5-series back in November, and now we have a glimpse at what could be some additional details on the SoC. SemiAccurate has the image, reportedly captured from a slideshow presentation at the Common Platform Technology Forum, which lines up with what we knew before: the SoC will utilize a 32nm process and feature a dual-core Cortex A-15 clocked at 2GHz. While we knew the chip would potentially carry a quad-core GPU, we now see it named as the Mali T-604, however, along with theoretical rendering performance of up to 2.1Gpixels per second. It's within the parameters of what we've been expecting, but with rumors breaking this morning that Samsung will be utilizing a quad-core chip in the upcoming Galaxy S III, one question still remains: what device will we see the Exynos 5 in first.
The Exynos 5 Dual SoC is based on the 32-bit RISC processor for mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and netbooks. Designed using 32-nm low-power process, the Exynos 5 Dual provides the best performance and broadest feature set, such as a Cortex-A15 dual core CPU, the widest memory bandwidth available in-class, WQXGA display (2560x1600), 1080p 60 fps video encoding and decoding hardware, 3D graphics hardware, an image signal processor, and high-speed interfaces, such as eMMC 4.5, USB 3.0 and SATA3.