Nwes : HTC Qilin featuring Cortex A8

HTC will using new generation core known as “Cortex A8”.  They claim the Cortex A8 is 3x fast than current ARM processor and offering faster speed with low battery consume.

omap3430Hightlights

New OMAP™ 3 architecture combines mobile entertainment with high performance productivity applications
Industry’s first processor with advanced Superscalar ARM® Cortex™-A8 RISC core enabling 3x gain in performance
Industry’s first processor designed in 65-nm CMOS process technology adds processing performance
IVA™ 2+ (Image Video Audio) accelerator enables multi-standard (MPEG4, WMV9, RealVideo, H263, H264) encode/decode at D1 (720×480 pixels) 30 fps
Integrated image signal processor (ISP) for faster, higher-quality image capture and lower system cost
Flexible system support
Composite and S-video TV output
XGA (1024×768 pixels), 16M-color (24-bit definition) display support
Flatlink™ 3G-compliant serial display and parallel display support
High Speed USB2.0 On-The-Go support
Seamless connectivity to Hard Disk Drive (HDD) devices for mass storage
Leverages SmartReflex™ technologies for advanced power reduction
M-shield™ mobile security enhanced with ARM TrustZone™ support
Software-compatible with OMAP™ 2 processors
HLOS support for customizable interface
Support for OpenGL ES 1.1
  • New OMAP™ 3 architecture combines mobile entertainment with high performance productivity applications
  • Industry’s first processor with advanced Superscalar ARM® Cortex™-A8 RISC core enabling 3x gain in performance
  • Industry’s first processor designed in 65-nm CMOS process technology adds processing performance
  • IVA™ 2+ (Image Video Audio) accelerator enables multi-standard (MPEG4, WMV9, RealVideo, H263, H264) encode/decode at D1 (720×480 pixels) 30 fps
  • Integrated image signal processor (ISP) for faster, higher-quality image capture and lower system cost
  • Flexible system support
  • Composite and S-video TV output
  • XGA (1024×768 pixels), 16M-color (24-bit definition) display support
  • Flatlink™ 3G-compliant serial display and parallel display support
  • High Speed USB2.0 On-The-Go support
  • Seamless connectivity to Hard Disk Drive (HDD) devices for mass storage
  • Leverages SmartReflex™ technologies for advanced power reduction
  • M-shield™ mobile security enhanced with ARM TrustZone™ support
  • Software-compatible with OMAP™ 2 processors
  • HLOS support for customizable interface
  • Support for OpenGL ES 1.1

    Its not confirm yet it’ll support the standard realvideo or rmvb. The only interest me is the IVA (Image video accelerator) multiple file format support include real video. FYI, OMAP device famously known as slower speed but with great (lowest) battery consume, better than Intel, Samsung and Qualcomm.

    Perhaps HTC is fed’up with Qualcomm, but at least we have other choice than Qualcomm nightmare.

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    ~ by encoreppc on August 27, 2009.

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