Ahh, here we go. This is what I was talking about yesterday when I mentioned Joe Average’s lack of concern about the majority of mobile-related news. I don’t think we’ll be seeing this one in The Sun.
South Korean manufacturer Samsung has revealed the latest in its range of Exynos processors, and this new fella is a dual-core 2GHz beast.
You’re looking at the Samsung Exynos 5250, guy, based on ARM’s Cortex A15 architecture. It’s capable of processing a whopping 14 billion instructions per second, which almost doubles the performance of a Cortex A9-based dual-core 1.5GHz processor.
The Exynos 5250 was designed with resolution in mind, and it’ll support up to 2560x1600 WQXGA. Samsung reckons it’ll “deliver readability equivalent to real paper" for the "ultimate electronic reading experience.”
The 3D graphics capabilities, meanwhile, are enhanced “more than fourfold” over the aforementioned Cortex A9 chap/chip.
The Samsung Exynos 5250 will go into mass production in Q2 next year, and we can expect to see the chip in high-end tablets later in 2012.
via: Press Release