Samsung have announced an upgrade over their older Exynos chipsets, which were part of the Samsung Galaxy S II having a clocking capacity of around 1.2GHz. The newer version, called the Exynos 4212 will be part of Samsung’s new generation of smartphones and will be capable of clocking up to 1.5GHz, according to a report by GSMArena.
The new Exynos Chipsets (Image Source: GSMArena)
The new chipset will also usher in a new generation of camera sensors with the chipset touted to have a 16 megapixel camera chip with a back illuminated sensor that allows for better low-light performance. The front camera will have a 1.2 MP sensor capable of capturing 720p at 30fps. According to GSMArena, the camera will have a 1/8.2 sensor with an ISO up to 1600.
The Exynos 4212 chipset will have a 32nm process fabrication technology and will have 3D support, as well. The new Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy S II HD LTE that is set to release in Korea soon, will have the Exynos chipsets with a CPU clock of 1.5GHz. Currently, the highest clocking rate is 1.4GHz by the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Tab 7.7, but with the new Exynos chipsets, that will soon be a thing of the past.
Published Date: Sep 30, 2011 10:52 am | Updated Date: Sep 30, 2011 10:52 am