Texas Instruments OMAP 4 and 5 generation

OMAP 4. The fourth generation of OMAP - 4430, 4460 (previously 4440), 4470 contains dual-core ARM Cortex-A9. OMAP 44XX family includes two ARM Cortex-M3 cores running at 266MHz, unloading A9 cores on tasks that do not require high performance, achieving high energy efficiency. 4430 and 4460 contain PowerVR SGX540 GPU, working at 304 or 384 MHz, making it theoretically much faster. 4470 contains PowerVR SGX544 GPU, which supports DirectX 9.

All OMAP 4 contain hardware multimedia accelerator IVA3 programmable DSP, which allows to encode and decode 1080p Full Video HD. OMAP 4 uses ARM-Cortex A9 cores with SIMD-instructions processing unit (NEON), which can significantly increase the performance, in some cases surpassing NvidiaTegra 2 Cortex-A9 with non-vector processing unit of real numbers.

OMAP 5. The fifth generation of OMAP is based on dual-core CPU ARM Cortex-A15 with additional dual-core ARM Cortex-M4, which do not require high computing performance, thus increasing energy efficiency, two graphics cores PowerVR SGX544MP and dedicated 2D graphics accelerator from Vivante, a multi-display subsystem and a digital processor signal processing. It supports 20 and 24 megapixel cameras for front and rear 3D HD camcorders. It also supports up to 8 GB of dual-channel DDR3 memory, work with four 3D displays, 3D interface of the HDMI version 1.4, 3 USB 2.0 ports and the SATA 2.0.

Core processor for multimedia applications. These products are sold exclusively to manufacturers of mobile devices. They are useful as a low-cost chips for consumer devices. OMAP-DM Series is intended for use as a digital media co-processors for mobile devices with digital photo and video cameras of high resolution.

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