System on a chip Allwinner R16, R40 R58 and is designed for budget devices
The range of single-chip systems, the company Allwinner Technology has added three new models: Allwinner R16, R40 and R58. The first is intended for use in devices of the Internet of things, the second is suitable for use in a wide range of products — from TV set-top boxes to smartphones, well, and R58 can be used in tablets and devices category 2-in-1.
In the configuration Allwinner R16 entered Quad core CPU ARM Cortex-A7 and dvuhjadernyh GPU ARM Mali-400. The capacity of the cache memory of the first level is a 256 KB second level — 512 MB. This SoC supports DDR3 memory and DDR3L up to 2 GB display resolution up to 1280 x 720 pixels and camera resolution up to 5 MP.
Allwinner R40 replaced the widespread use of SoC Allwinner A20. This platform is substantially more efficient than its predecessor, more compact and delivers higher performance.
On the characteristics of the R40 is similar to the R16, but peripheral opportunities R40 more interesting. Particularly noteworthy is the support of SATA interface is the novelty has inherited from its predecessor.
Allwinner R58 is equipped with eight cores ARM Cortex-A7 and GPU PowerVR SGX544. This single-chip platform supports displays with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and camera resolution up to 8 MP.
Alas, not yet reported when the new SoC will appear in the end devices.
Source: Allwinner Technology