Samsung Displays Exynos 4212, Fast 64GB flash

Posted by at 12:40 am on September 29, 2011

Samsung announced a ton of new chip and memory technology. The headliner was its Exynos 4212. The dual-core chip is primarily a clock speed boost and jumps from 1.2GHz to 1.5GHz, helped in part by a new 32 nanometer process. While already seen in the Galaxy S II LTE, it’s now known to have a new graphics core with 50 percent faster 3D rendering than the earlier chip.

The chip is in test sampling for third party companies in the fall, although Samsung is shipping the Galaxy S II LTE in Canada and South Korea as well as the HD LTE. Future phones like the Nexus Prime and future tablets should also get the processor.

Other introductions were more universal The company rolled out a new, faster 64GB embedded NAND flash memory chip destined for smartphones and tablets. Using brand new, smaller 20 nanometer manufacturing and toggle DDR2 memory give it both a more efficient core design and more bandwidth, to where it can read and write at up to 80MB and 40MB per second respectively, leading to a total of about 60 percent more performance over Samsung’s earlier equivalent.

Samsung didn’t say when the new 64GB flash would ship.

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