This is the Dual-Core Exynos 5 5250, the next chip Samsung
The chip is currently inside the Galaxy S III, and also the Galaxy Note 10.1, are exactly the same. Both mark the epitome of development in-house by Samsung and probably is the most formidable rival to the competition floor Nvidia Tegra 3 and S4 Qualcomm Snapdragon.
However, everything can always improve … and South Korea seems to be ready next great processor that will power the next generation of mobile products, surprised by the new standard of power imposes on them.
We speak of Exynos May 5250, a product that leaves out all four cores to return to two, but well optimized. We talked about a dual-core Cortex A15 running at 1.7 GHz, with a Quad-core GPU Mali T604 with support OpenGL 3.0, OpenCL 1.1 and DirectX 11 screens feeding without problems up to 2560 x 1600 with 3D support.
This chip will allow you consume content without problems at Full HD at 60 frames per second without any problem.
Support for USB 3.0, streaming via Wi-Fi to external displays, Sata III and a host of other features put this chip in an interesting place, to take account of face to launch next year.
Only time will tell if Samsung sets out a quad-core version of this processor. However, today announced what promises to be a tough nut to crack for Nvidia, Qualcomm and TI. Maybe, just maybe, the only time to develop something more powerful Huawei and ZTE may be, two companies that gave an interesting leap into making their own chips and, unfortunately, are still quite backward in the face to launch their own products Quad-Core announced at Mobile World Congress.
This delay might not be so bad after all, acting with the rest of the cards on the table.
Link: Samsung Reveals Dual Exynos 5 (5250): what you need to know (Android Authority)Tags: dual core, Exynos 5250, Full HD, Mali-T604, OpenCL, OpenGL, Quad-core, Samsung, Samsung Exynos, Sata III, Smartphones, Tablets, Wi-Fi Display, Windows 8