The Samsung Orion SoC (Exynos 4210), packing a dual-core 1Ghz ARM Cortex A9 CPU and the Mali-400 graphics, has been making comfortable at this year’s Games Developers Conference. There, the Exynos 4210 was showcased runing 3D games in 1080p@60fps.
An experimental platform using the same chip found inside the Galaxy S II (a dual-core 1Ghz ARM Cortex A9 CPU and the Mali-400 graphics) was used for demoes at the ARM's booth at the GDC 2011. The Exynos 4210 didn't even blink while running a complex 3D game demo in 1080p at 60 fps.
Amazing, indeed. An ARM representative even said that if it wasn’t for the limitations of the HDMI v1.3 port that was used, they could have outputed the same game in stereoscopic 3D in 1080p. Unfortunately, that's only possible over the latest HDMI v1.4 standard.
The Samsung Galaxy S II will be the first one to feature the Exynos 4210 SoC. The phone is expected to be released in late May for around €650. Some regional versons will make use of a Tegra 2 chip instead.
Let the Galaxy S alone and in peace. It's evident than the Galaxy S it have better graphic performance than any Sony Ericsson phone even than the Sony Ericsson Play. See in the web the Quake 3 Arena benchmarks, see other applications and games compar...
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