We have seen a company like AllWinner come out with a mini PC as well as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered device in the past, but this time around, it will not be something that you plug into your TV, as the AllWinner A20 SoC has been considered to be the first dual-core A7 chip released in the world. Just in case you were wondering, AllWinner has quite a presence in the Android-powered market in China, where they have pinned hopes on the A20 to continue pushing the affordability boundaries while touting to offer up to five times the energy efficiency as well as 50% of a power boost, in comparison to Cortex A8 chips.
To keep the dual-core A7 chip company, we have a dual-core Mali 400MP2 graphical unit chugging along, enabling the unit to play back 1080p video at 30 frames per second, in addition to capturing 720p videos at 60 frames per second. It will play nice with Android 4.1 and 4.2 Jelly Bean versions of the Android operating system, and has integrated an HDMI transmitter, LVDS interface, and TV decoder. When will we see devices that carry the A20 SoC? In due time, methinks.
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