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The Exynos 4412 is a Rhomb.io Core Module based on the Samsung Exynos 4 Quad System on Chip (SoC), also named Exynos 4412. This thin and small board, is easily pluggable on the standard Rhomb.io Core sockets and has been designed as to be the brain of your modular system. It mainly accomplish two different roles: power supply management and computing. The Exynos 4412 core is capable to manage the input power in order to accommodate it according to the Rhomb.io Standard specifications.
This board embeds a 32 bits RISC quad-core SoC based on the ARM Cortex-A9 microarchitecture. This is a cost-effective and performance optimized solution for smart and low power applications. The SoC includes hardware acceleration for different tasks such as motion video processing, real-time video, image signal processing, display control and scaling, integrated multi-format codec (MFC), encoding and decoding of MPEG-2/4, H263, H264 and decoding VC1. This integrated circuit can be found in high-end devices like the Samsung Galaxy S III, Note II, Note 10.1, Hardkernel ODROID, Lenovo K860, etc.
Two options for the Exynos 4412 Rhomb.io Core are available. The only difference in between them is the size of the RAM: 1GB or 2GB, using in both cases LPDDR2 memory.
The next table summarizes the main features of the Rhomb.io Exynos 4412 Core.
|Exynos 4412 core features|
|ARM Cortex A-9 quad-core CPU, 32 bit|
|1GB or 2GB LPDDR2 RAM|
|Operating frequency up to 1.4 GHz|
|NEON multi-media processing engine|
|Off board program and storage memory|
|RTC with two alarms|
|Max input voltage 6V|
|100% Rhomb.io Standard compatible