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Renesas Mobile Introduces Dual Core MP5232 SoC for Mid-range LTE Smartphones

February 15th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Renesas has announced the availability of the MP5232, a dual core Cortex A9 @ 1.5 Ghz single-chip optimized to address the 150-300 USD LTE smartphones market. The MP5232 platform is designed to enable OEMs to accelerate the creation and delivery of high volume LTE/HSPA+ capable smartphones, tablets and mobile Internet devices the industry requires to deliver the full potential of LTE, says the company.

Renesas LTE Single Chip Mobile Processor

Renesas MP5232 Block Diagram

Jean-Marie Rolland, CTO and Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Renesas Mobile Corporation explains: “We are seeing a number of US$600+ LTE super phone devices being launched in the market, but the industry needs a wider penetration of LTE devices for the business case for LTE to pay off.”

The platform supports multi-camera (up to 20MPixel) and multi-display support, full HD 1080p multi-format video encoding/decoding, stereoscopic 3D (S3D) video and advanced graphics via a PowerVR SGX GPU to deliver a console-like gaming experiences and engaging user interfaces.

[Update: Here's a video with MP5232 development platforms shot at MWC 2012.]

Samples of the MP5232 platform are available in Q1 2012 to OEM in the form of reference designs together with supporting documentation, software and hardware. Pricing is not disclosed but is available on request.

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