RK3399 6-core CPU + Android 6.0 + 1000M RJ45 Model: H96 Max Type: TV Box System: Android 6.0 Processor: RK3399 CPU: ARM Cortex-A72,Cortex A53 Core: 2.0GHz GPU: Mali-T860 RAM: 2G RAM,4G RAM RAM Type: LPDDR3 ROM: 16G ROM,32G ROM TV
At first, we have to say that Rockchip RK3399 is the BEST CPU in 2017 ABSOLUTELY. But, RK3328 is a new CPU born in April 2017, which is more cost-effective than RK3399. The structure of SoC Rockchip RK3399 is not
Check the chart below and find how RK3399 beats MT8693. The structure of SoC Rockchip RK3399 is not only quad-core Cortex A53, but two Cortex A72, GPU Mali-T860MP4 and power video processing with support for the format H .265 with
Amlogic S912 is a powerful SOC (“System On a Chip“) enabling 4K video in 10 bits -or even 12 bits Dolby Vision- encoded in h265 or V9 compression engines. HOWEVER, Rockchip RK3399 includes an hexacore processor in a Big.Little configuration.
Specs Rockchip RK3399 Hexa Core processor with 2x ARM Cortex A72 @ 2.0 GHz, 4x ARM Cortex A53 ARM Mali-T864 GPU Dual Channel DDR3/LPDDR3/LPDDR4 HDMI 2.0 Video Codec – 4K2K 10-bit H.265 Video Encoder – 1080p Ethernet – Gigabit USB
New UGOOS UT5 TV Box will be equipped with the new Rockchip RK3399 chip which is now a loud on TV Boxes market. UGOOS UT5 TV Box specifications: OS – Android 6.0 Chipset – RK3399 28nm Dual Core Cortex-A72 +
Samsung Chromebook Pro appears to be one the RK3399 Chromebooks to come to market very soon, and this model is said to be for $499. We’ll see some of the key features and pictures, and technical details on websites such as
Now, people are talking about the new Samsung Chromebook Pro, or holding out for it to be released. Both chips are similarly clocked ARM cortex cores. The difference is in the GPU. The MT8173 is PowerVR GX6250. The RK3399 is
This year new devices based on ARM64 might already use the high performance and low power Cortex-A72 microarchitecture. As always – new ARM based SOC’s will be seen first in the mobile device/entertainment area and end in embedded and server
We can have a first clue about the performance as Rockchip RK3399 boxes and one tablet are now showing up on GeekBench.