Reading an article about a processor yet to launch might be a bit boring so I request you to stay intact as I won’t stretch this. Samsung has already announced its 1 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 and tagged it as Samsung Orion processor but we haven’t seen much of its activity in real time since the announcement. Here at GadgetLite we try hard to cover every possible news from its birth to its death and henceforth we did keep a track of Samsung’s new processor which was recently spotted in ARM Technology Conference last week.

“Consumers are demanding the full web experience without compromise while on the go,” said Dojun Rhee, vice president of Marketing, System LSI Division, Samsung Electronics. “Given this trend, mobile device designers need an application processor platform that delivers superb multimedia performance, fast CPU processing speed, and abundant memory bandwidth. Samsung’s newest dual core application processor chip is designed specifically to fulfill such stringent performance requirements while maintaining long battery life.”

Though the Orion wasn’t actually powering any gadgets around in the conference so we could not experience how the Samsung Orion will pump up the pixels like the company has been boasting around. Looks like we will have to wait for 2011 for the processor to actually be used in some of the gadgets.

[via Engadget]

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