Samsung Developing Cortex-A15-based Exynos 5440 Quad-core SoC

Samsung’s dual-core Exynos 5250 is the only SoC that is based on ARM’s Cortex-A15. Now some new information has surfaced on Samsung’s Kernel Git page that reveals a quad-core processor based on ARM Cortex-A15. Samsung has added a patch to support the new processor dubbed as Exynos 5440. The reference board is identified as “SSDK5440.”

While the clock speed and other details are a mystery, it goes without saying that the new SoC will support ARM’s big.LITTLE processing technology.

By www.sammyhub.com

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  1. oi,… great news

  2. Oh yeh

    Cortex-A15-based Exynos 5440 Quad-core FOR Samsung Galaxy SIV

  3. I told you 5440 .. and all – 5450 :D
    5440 – 1.7 – 2.0 GHz

  4. Before i Forgot:

    When the Galaxy NOTE 1 and also Samsung Galaxy SII receives the Jelly Bean.
    Samsung Galaxy SII & Samsung Galaxy NOTE 1 Jelly Bean Update will be on fourth quarter of 2012.

    Hello SAMSUNG

    It is already the 3rd day of December

    I Want it to Officially Updated before Christmas

    “STOP PRODUCING PHONES, START ROLLING UPDATES”

  5. shut up you bitch…it’s samsung right whether want to roll out update or not……who cares about your old device……..lol….

  6. hahaaa, very bad words, nonono, toto sa robka? :-)

  7. yeah, radzwill.lai is a little bit under 16 years of age I think. Yo radz mataaaz, I think you need to take a dip in an ice pool where they train US Coastguard about Hypothermia.

  8. But if it is heat you want, Radzwillow, beside me is a set of flame thrower!! :)

  9. About this time last year rumors of a dual Core Cortex A-15 @2GHz were flying fast and hard. Rumors were that:
    A) the chip was being put into mass production
    B) it would power the new S3 Galaxy.

    When the wraps were taken off the S3 Galazy it was powered by a Cortex A9
    When the dual core Cortex A-15 SoC finally came out about a month ago it was running @1.7GHz

    So what do I think about a 2GHz Quad A-15 powered S4 Galaxy?? I think it sounds about as likely as finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow…

  10. “It goes without saying that the new SoC will support ARM’s big.LITTLE processing technology” – based on what evidence?

  11. very good. samsung a power full phone smart?????

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