Broadcom Announces Android Compatible Dual-core Processor

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10 Feb, 2011 4:57 pm

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Android is getting alot of love from chipset manufacturer Broadcom with the announcement of its second Android-ready processor. The new BCM28150 is a big step up from its predecessor that’s only been on the streets since December of 2010.  The new processor sports a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 at 1.1GHz; an HSPA+ modem doing 21Mbps; and Broadcom’s VideoCore IV VPU (vector processing unit).

Its also going to be able to support 12-megapixel camera imaging, 3D video and gaming at 1080p, HDMI out, and the obligatory Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS amenities. If you need to see it in action you don’t have very long to wait since its going to be hitting the streets next week at Mobile World Congress.

Via PhoneScoop & Engadget

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  • Josh Goldstein

    Good post here. I don’t know why this has happened, but I really do hope that you can get the most out of this.