MWC: Samsung And ARM Expand Relationship For Mobile And Consumer Products

Posted: Feb 15 2010, 5:35am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:29pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Mobile World Congress is underway in Spain and new products and announcements are coming from the show in droves. ARM and Samsung have announced that they have teamed to expand the relationship they already have to drive graphics processing on future mobile and consumer products.

Samsung has adopted the ARM Mali graphics processor architecture for its future graphics-enabled SoC ICs and its ASIC and foundry business. Samsung will use the new Mali graphics processors in several of its product lines including mobile, home, and navigation applications.

Samsung reports that by Q3 2010 it will be offering ARM Mali GPU-based semiconductors for mobile devices with high-end graphics features. Samples are expected to ship by Q3. The Mali-55 GPU supports 1080p resolution and more.

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