The new tablet chip will definitely end up in at least a few phones and tablets and it features a Penwell SoC 32nm core based on Atom architecture. It supports LPDDR2 memory, dual camera with up to 16MP, as well as an SGX540 graphics core for 2D and 3D acceleration.More over here.
When it comes to video support, Intel’s chip for tablets can cope with 1080p encoding and 1080p dual stream video decoding. The operating system of choice is Android 4.0 and tablets based on the reference design can also support WiDi. On a separate note, at least some of Intel’s next generation netbooks will also feature WiDi support and it seems Intel is keen to embrace the new technology.
Intel Medfield to be launched as Atom Z2610
Posted on Thursday, February 16 2012 @ 21:46 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck