Intel Atom Z2610 Processor For Android Tablets

by Johan on February 27, 2012

Intel Atom Z2610 Processor For Android Tablets

Intel today unveiled its first Medfield processor namely the Intel Atom Z2610. Based on a Penwell SoC 32nm core, this new processor is designed for tablets or smartphones with the Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. The new CPU supports LPDDR2 memory, dual camera with up to 16-megapixel, an SGX540 graphics core for 2D and 3D acceleration, HDMI, USB 2.0, and LP Audio. The Intel Atom Z2610 is powerful enough to handle 1080p data encoding or 1080p dual-stream decoding. Additional features include WiDi, a built-in security engine, remote wipe capability, protected memory and protected apps. Intel will release the Atom Z2610 “Medfield” processor in the second quarter of 2012. [PCLaunches]

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