Allwinner brings A20 dual-core, A31-quad-core processors, coming in a myriad of Chinese tablets
And now, it’s gotten its worthy successors in the form of the brand new dual-core AllWinner A20 and quad-core AllWinner A31. The cores inside them are based on ARM’s Cortex A7 architecture, the more power efficient counterpart to the A15 in ARM’s big.LITTLE setup.
Good news is the two chips will power Android 4.2 (or newer) devices.
When it comes to their specs, the AllWinner A20 is a dual-core chip with the ARM Mali-400 graphics processor and 512KB of L2 cache. It supports 2160p HD video playback. Good news is that it is pin-to-pin compatible with the preceding A10 chip, so manufacturers could easily use existing designs to update their lineups with this new chip.
The quad-core AllWinner A31 is also A7-based, but this time not pin-to-pin compatible. It packs much more powerful graphics in the form of the PowerVR SGX 544, capable of decoding 4k video streams.
source: AllWinner via TG Daily, Engadget
1. eisenbricher posted on 11 Dec 2012, 09:53 4 0
Wow! With powerful chipsets as these the low end tablet market should see some good stuff coming up soon. We people in the developing countries, where Google has sadly, not decided to open Play store yet can enjoy some high res screen.
2. TROLL posted on 11 Dec 2012, 10:06 1 4
Who cares about power efficient, bring on the A15 Exynos clocked at 2.8Ghz, Mugen the battery or Motos battery could also be fitted buy manufactures.
Powe is what you wana posses, and play with, not effecieency™®©
4. eisenbricher posted on 11 Dec 2012, 11:51 2 0
Hey troll, with your logic an old 10HP scooter engine is more powerful than a 35HP 4stroke engine that burns the same amount of oil!
5. MC1123 posted on 11 Dec 2012, 19:20 0 0
Actually there's these are good chips but I still think mediatek is better