Samsung moves out of MHz sports 1GHz chip aimed for future iPhone and Pre

Samsung moves out of MHz sports 1GHz chip aimed for future iPhone and Pre

Samsung and Intrinsity have just introduced “Hummingbird” as hyped with its 1GHz processing speed and low-power consumption design. Now, we can move on with the facts that this could be hinting for much speedy iPhones and Pres running in Giga Hertz.

If your memory serves you right, you should know that the iPhone 3GS currently sports Samsung Cortex A-8 running at 600MHz. The good thing about this chip is that it could be easily adjusted to fit the new speed capability for iPhones.

Samsung could drop Hummingbird into the existing S5PC100 design with few or no changes,” Halfhill said in response to an e-mail query, referring to the S5PC100 processor now used in the iPhone 3GS. “Bingo! A next-gen iPhone that could run at speeds up to 1.0GHz,” he said.

By chance we can address the Hummingbird to be singing on future smartphones, like the Pre and iPhone 3GS.

With this new faster and low-power consuming chip design development, we can rely that it will bridge the gap between the smartphones and computers which may comes possibly in the very near future.

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