Texas Instruments announces a dual-core 1.8GHz OMAP4 system-on-chip

CHIPMAKER Texas Instruments (TI) has announced a 1.8GHz dual core OMAP4 system-on-chip (SoC) for use in high-end smartphones and tablets.
TI's OMAP4 line of ARM-based SoCs currently tops out at 1GHz, however the firm announced that its dual-core 45nm OMAP4470 chip can be clocked all the way up to 1.8GHz. There's also an improved graphics core based on the PowerVR SGX544 design, which TI claims delivers a 2.5x improvement in graphics performance over previous OMAP4 chips.

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Fortnite Summer Event: Release date, free rewards, map changes, and more

Another Fortnite Summer event is around the corner! Its release date has been leaked, and once again, it will bring new skins and rewards.

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Unreal Engine 5 Showcase - Future Games Show Summer Showcase 2024

The Future Games Show Summer Showcase saw the return of the Unreal Showcase, an eye-popping section featuring stunning vistas, game demos, and evolving proje...

OlderGamer1714d ago

All nice and well but i want to see that in real gameplay on a console...and Hellblade 2 dont cut it....


Here's a closer look at the new ASUS ROG Ally X as early renders are leaked online

It's almost time for the ASUS ROG Ally X to be revealed, and these leaked renders already provide a look at the device and its specs.

UltimateOwnage23d ago

Is it running the same Windows OS? Because that is the biggest issue with the current Ally.