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- Mar 29, 2015
It could be Rockchip RK3399 at 28nm is not an option for Pyra. It is not a SOC designed for mobile/handheld devices.
Future Rockchip RK3588, if done at 8nm, could be an option. But for the moment it is too much beautiful
The RK3588 succeeds the RK3399Pro as flagship SoC. It's expected to be available in Q3/Q4 2020.
- CPU – 4x Cortex-A76 and 4x Cortex-A55 cores in dynamIQ configuration
- GPU – Arm "Natt" GPU
- NPU 2.0 (Neural Processing Unit)
- Multimedia – 8K video decoding support, 4K encoding support
- Display – 4K video output, dual-display support
- Process – 8 nm LP
At 8nm it would be really interesting. Too much beautiful to be real soon
And of course, we don't know if it would fit on Pyra CPU PCB space.