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ARM Aims Speedy, Power-Stingy Cortex-A12 at Mid-Range Mobiles

ARM announced a 28nm-fabricated Cortex-A12 processor design claimed to offer 40 percent higher performance than the Cortex-A9, while drawing the same power. The Cortex-A12 is paired with a power-efficient Mali-T622 GPU and Mali-V500 video coprocessor, and supports hybrid Big.Little SoC configurations in partnership with the Cortex-A7. Billed as a successor to the popular Cortex-A9 processor, [...]

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