List of new and upcoming ARM CPUs quad/dual cores for tablets and phones

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    Liliputing.com has compiled a nice list of the next hot SOC that will power everything from phones to tablets and more.

    In short from the article:

    • Samsung Exynos 5440 quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 chip
    • Rockchip RK3188 ?GHz quad-core ARM A9 @28nm
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8226 & MSM8626 @28mn [1]
    • Broadcom BCM21664T dual core - highly integrarted Dual core @1,2 Ghz
    • Allwinner A31 A7 quad-core CPU - interesting A7 but a quad core w/ SGX544 [1]
    • Allwinner A20 A7 dual-core CPU - lower version as the A31 - w/Mail-400 [1]
    • ACT-ATM7029 A9 quad core @1,2Ghz?
    • AMLogic A9 AML8726-M8 + Mali450?
    • Leadcore
      LC1810, LC1811, LC1813, and LC1913 SoCs for Smartphones and Tablets
    Sources: Liliputing.com , http://www.cnx-software.com, www.anandtech.com, www.qualcomm.com; www.jsxltech.com
     
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    Update:
    Some future tablet PCB with a supposingly Allwinner A31 mounted onto it.

    But what is the A40 then!? Quad @A8!?
     
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    Update:
    Added Allwinners A20 dual core to the list
     
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    Update
    AMLogic is also planning to add a quad core A9 this year with Mali588@8 core and up to 2Ghz!?

    Look over here
    http://www.cnx-software.com/2013/04...ortex-a9-aml8726-m8-soc-with-8-core-mali-gpu/

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    http://www.longsemi.com/Newsshow.aspx?newsCateID=14&CateID=14&NewsID=126

    • Quad Core Cortex A9 @ 2.0 GHz (20,000 DMIPS)
    • 8 Core “Next-Gen” Mali GPU interesting what GPU might that be?
    • Dual Channel DDR3, LPDDR2, 128-bit memory interface, 64-Bit ECC
    • 4K2K video decoding. Dual 1080p video decoding, 1080p video encoding, Dolby DD, DD+, DS1, and DTS
    • HDMI 1.4b with 3D, HDCP, and CEC
    • 4K2K Video Output
    • 28nm process at TMSC

    The heat with this chip@28nm will be on RK3188 but that one is already in the market whereas AMLogic has still to follow suite.
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    As on my Expieriences, AmLogic is not as powerful as RK3188.
    So comparing the AmLogic Quad with the RK3188, the Rockchip is about 5000-6000 Antutu faster.
    But I´ve not seen a comparison for this new AmLogic.
     
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    Looks cool.

    But I think this Time Rockchip is the most powerful one from China, only Exynos has more Power.
    But also to say, as I know... AmLogic is better in decoding HD also with less Performance...

    Think we have to take a look at a Antutu Comparison if they are up.
     
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    Do not forget - 2Ghz vs. 1,6-1,8Ghz and the potentially more powerful graphic...but who knows when the 2Ghz do apply...
    Which all must still be seen...but going by the name it has the potential to be superior to RK3188...a
     
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    Still no sight of it in the wild though..or!?
     
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    Anyone heard of Leadcore?
    http://androidpc.es/blog/2013/08/03/leadcore-nuevos-soc/

    There seem to be a new SoC player in town - leadcore - doing A9 dual cores (for phone market) and quad A7 targeted for the tablet marked. Both look a little weak on the specs side of things (e.g. GPU ) - and depending on the availability they might serve only the low end and low cost market segments.
    It could very well be that these chips will never make to the western markets...but this needs to be seen.

    BTW leadcore is not a very small company and or really new....just new to the ARM SoC business...as far as I know.
    But I personally have never heard of them before - also there is an previous post about their ARM offerings:
    http://www.arm.com/about/newsroom/l...h-suite-of-arm-ip-including-arm-cortex-a9.php

    LC1810 HSPA+ and LC1811 HSPA for phones: Dual core Cortex A9 SoCs + Mali400MP2


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    • Dual-core Cortex A9 up to 1.2 GHz
    • MALI-400 MP2 GPU - only MP2
    • LPDDR2 (both) and DDR3/LPDDR for LC1811
    • Maximum screen resolution:
      • LC1810 – 1080p
      • LC1811 – 1280×800 (WXGA)
    • 1080p video encode and decode
    • Camera:
      • LC1810 – Up to 20MP
      • LC1811 – Up to 8MP
    • Video Out – HDMI 1.4a, 3D HD - Full 3D support?
    • Network – GSM + GSM DSDA (Both), TD-HSPA+ (LC1810), and TD-HSPA (LC1811)
    • 40nm LP CMOS process
    • 12mm x 12mm BGA package

    Read more: http://www.cnx-software.com/2013/08...cs-for-smartphones-and-tablets/#ixzz2b0266PTO

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    LC1913 and LC11813 tablet SoCs - A7 quads + Mali400MP2

    • Quad-core Cortex A7 up to 1.2 GHz - A7 similar to A31 then
    • MALI-400 MP2 GPU - agan only MP2 but no frequency given
    • LPDDR2/DDR3 (both) and LPDDR for LC1813
    • Maximum screen resolution – 1280×800 (WXGA) - lower that the dual core phone offerings?
    • 1080p video encode and decode
    • Camera – Up to 13MP
    • Wi-Fi Display support
    • Built-in USB 2.0 OTG (LC1913 only)
    • Network – TD-HSPA, GSM + GSM DSDS
    • 40nm LP CMOS process
    • Package:
      • LC1813 – 12mm x 12mm BGA package
      • LC1913 – 18mm x 18mm BGA package

    Big question remains when are there available and for what price...

    @mrkus21

    Read more: http://www.cnx-software.com/2013/08...cs-for-smartphones-and-tablets/#ixzz2b02P4VBi

    Other sources:
    http://androidpc.es/blog/2013/08/03/leadcore-nuevos-soc/
     
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