By Anton D. Nagy | June 2, 2011 8:10 AM
Texas Instruments has introduced today the new, power efficient, dual-core OMAP4470 applications processor, “designed to deliver the perfect balance between processing power, graphics, display subsystem functionality and multilayered user interface (UI) composition”.
The new OMAP4470 dual-core processor brings clock speeds of up to 1.8GHz, promising 80% increase in Web browsing performance, increased memory bandwidth, a 2.5x boost in graphics functionality with the new PowerVR SGX544 GPU, and a unique hardware composition engine. The new chip will bring improvements to Android systems (alongside Linux and Microsoft Windows) and, besides the performance boost, promises less battery usage too. Check out the full press release at the source link for technical details!