AllWinner A80 octa core big.LITTLE ARM Cortex A15/A7 SoC was announced as part of AllWinner Roadmap a couple of months ago, and one of the first devices based on the new processor will be Teclast T97 Air, an Android tablet with 9.7″, 2048×1536 display.
Teclast T97 Air will be available early 2014, and price has not been disclosed yet.
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Will we be able to see an Android mini PC powered by this AllWinner A80 soon? And maybe with 3G RAM or more?
what is the gpu dont tell me powervr
Cortex A15 cores get pretty hot. So maybe not in an HDMI stick form factor, and in full sized media players possibly.
AFAIK, no info on GPU for now. But PowerVR has been losing marked share in the last year, so maybe Mali.
the only things most of these Chinese tablets are missing is 3G (not even dreaming about 4G) support. If it has 3G I will probably buy it!
@renw0rp Quite a few new ones with MTK chipsets have 3G support eg
(one of the first hits on a search for MTK8389 🙂
There’s products with 3G
With mt8389 as Onebir said
And with Rk3188 as Pipo M PRO 3G Series
And Allfine Fine9 Glory 4G is announced on 15 december….
Power VR 6230 64 core GPU