Samsung Exynos Processor Shows Off for the Camera [VIDEO]

Samsung was at the Game Developers Conference this week where they took the opportunity to show the prowess that is their new Exynos 4210 processor. So just how capable is this new dual- core chipset? Hit the video below to see how it looks. But if you want to read how it performs, here ya go.   Samsung was demonstrating a game called TrueForce on a TV set at 1080p resolution at 60fps in stereoscopic 3D fashion.  According to Engadget, the Exynos could do even better (70fps) were it not for the HDMI 1.3 port on the reference board.

So yeah, this is the sort of gaming that awaits you in the Samsung Galaxy S 2.

Via: Ausdroid

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    March 04, 15:51 Reply

    Not to nitpick, but Exynos isn’t a processor, it’s a system on a chip (SoC). SoCs include, among other things, both cpus and gpus. The demo that you’ve linked to here is a test of Exynos’ gpu, not its cpu.

    • Matic Krmec
      March 19, 11:48 Reply

      you do know that the CPU has to work in order to test the GPU? I mean you said that only GPU is tested.. it’s not possible to test only GPU. Where does the GPU get it’s instructions from?

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