New multi-core OMAP? 4 applications platform from Texas Instruments ushers in a new era of mobile computing performance
Helping Smartphone and Mobile Internet Device (MID) manufacturers shape the future of the mobile market with innovative devices, Texas Instruments Incorporated today announced the new OMAPTM 4 mobile applications platform.
The OMAP 4 platform delivers new, stunning, multimedia-rich user experiences such as 1080p video record and playback, 20 MP imaging and approximately a week of audio play time.
The new platform provides significant improvements in performance and play time compared to today's most popular Smartphones, with 10x faster Web page loading times, more than 7x higher computing performance, 6x higher video resolution, 10x better graphics performance and 6x longer audio p... .. .
Predictions of when we can see these hitting the streets in actual products?
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