Samsung Orion, until now, was the name of an innovative dual-core processor designed by the Korean and built by two core Cortex A9 1 GHz frequency. Of this solution, after the official announcement took place last September, had not heard much about but is the recent news that the project is still active and will give its first results as early as the end of March as Early in our previous article.
The manufacturer has decided to change the declination to the CPU, named Exynos 4210. This processor, although there is still no official response, could equip the next generation of smartphones S Galaxy to be released in the markets should not be delayed much longer. Furthermore, according to rumors, we could meet within the next tablet Exynos Galaxy Tab 8.9. Exynos 4210 is a CPU (or better, SoC) that combines performance with significant attention to consumers in the philosophy of “Smart and Green”.
This combination makes the solution offered by Samsung, an ideal choice to equip smartphones and tablets of the future, autonomy, shows more uncertainties. According to the company, Exynos would be able to provide graphics performance up to 5 times higher than the current ARM Cortex A8 Hummingbird through the use of the Mali-400 GPU capable of doing the video decoding Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) at 30 fps.
Recall that the SoC (System-on-Chip) Samsung supports HDMI 1.3a as SSD storage drives, NAND Flash and moviNAND. Other than that, not without an integrated GPS receiver and management multidisplay. Built using 45-nanometer manufacturing process, Exynos 4210 will enrich the landscape of solutions dedicated to providing low-power devices at the same time, multimedia performance of all respect.