S3C2440: new mobile processor with up to 533MHz clock speed
Today Samsung Electronics officially announced its new low-power processor, S3C2440, supporting clock speeds up to 533MHz and designed for Pocket PCs, smartphones and other handsets.
S3C2440 is a highly-integrated chip, containing the 1.3V 16/32-bit ARM920T RISC core along with a wide number of interfaces for NAND flash, digital camera, TFT/STN LCD, USB header, SD/MMC/SDIO card reader, touch screen, etc.
S3C2440 is made using 0.13µm CMOS process and works under most existing OS, including Microsoft Windows CE, Palm OS, Symbian and Linux.
Currently Samsung samples S3C2440 with 533MHz, 400MHz and 300MHz clock speeds. Volume shipments are scheduled to Q4 2003.
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