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List of Samsung System on Chips

Samsung has a long history of designing and producing systems on chip (SoCs) and has been manufacturing SoCs for its own devices as well as for sale to other manufacturers. The first Samsung SoC, the S3C44B0, was built around an ARM7 CPU which operated at 66 MHz clock frequency. Later, several SoCs (S3C2xxx) containing an ARM9 CPU were produced.[1] For more information on Samsung's current SoCs see Exynos.

List of historical Samsung SoC

Model Number Semiconductor technology CPU instruction set CPU GPU Memory technology Availability Utilizing devices
S3C44B0[2] 0.25 µm CMOS ARMv4 66 MHz single-core ARM7 (ARM7TDMI) LCD controller FP, EDO, SDRAM 2000 Juice Box, Danger Hiptop
S5L2010[3] ARMv5 176 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM946E-S) LCD controller SDRAM, EDO
S3C2410[4] 0.18 µm CMOS ARMv5 200/266 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM920T) LCD controller SDRAM 2003 HP iPAQ H1930/H1937/H1940/rz1717, Everex E500, E-TEN InfoTouch P300, Acer n30/n35/d155, Palm Z22, LG LN600, Typhoon MyGuide 3610 GO
S3C2412[5] 0.13 µm CMOS ARMv5 200/266 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM926EJ-S) LCD controller mSDRAM
S3C2413[6] 0.13 µm LP ARMv5 266 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM926EJ-S) LCD controller mSDRAM, mDDR
S3C2440[7] 0.13 µm CMOS ARMv5 300/400/533 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM920T) LCD controller SDRAM 2004 HP iPAQ rx3115/3415/3417/3715, Everex E900, Airis T470i/920/930, Acer n300/311,Typhoon MyPhone M500,Mio p550/P350/C710 Digi-Walker
S3C22442[8] 0.13 µm CMOS ARMv5 300/400 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM920T) LCD controller mSDRAM
S3C2443[9] ARMv5 400/533 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM920TDMI) LCD controller SDRAM, mSDRAM, mDDR 2007 Asus R300/R600/R700, Mio Digi-Walker (C620T/...), Mio Moov 2xx/3xx, LG LN8xx, JoinTech JPro Mini Laptop JL7220, Navigon 8300/8310
S5L8900 90 nm ARMv6 412 MHz single-core ARM11 PowerVR MBX Lite eDRAM 2007 Apple iPhone, Apple iPod touch 1G, Apple iPhone 3G
S3C2416[10] 65 nm LP ARMv5 400 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM926EJ) 2D graphics accelerator SDRAM, mSDRAM, mDDR, DDR2 2008 iconX G310
S3C2450[11] 65 nm LP CMOS ARMv5 400/533 MHz single-core ARM9 (ARM926EJ) 2D graphics accelerator SDRAM, mSDRAM, mDDR, DDR2 2008 Mio Moov 500/510/560/S568/580, Getac PS535F, MENQ EasyPC E720/E790, Archos Arnova 10, Hivision PWS0890AW,SMiT MTV-PND530 8GB
S3C6410[12] 65 nm LP ARMv6 533/667/800 MHz single-core ARM11 (ARM1176ZJF-S) 3D graphics accelerator mSDRAM, mDDR 2009
S5P6442 45 nm ARMv6 533/667 MHz single-core ARM11 3D graphics accelerator 2010
S5P6450[13] ARMv6 533/667/800 MHz single-core ARM11 (ARM1176JZF-S) 3D graphics accelerator mDDR, mDDR2, LPDDR 2010
S5PC100[14] 65 nm ARMv7 667/833 MHz single-core ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX535 LPDDR2, DDR2 2009 Apple iPhone 3GS, Apple iPod touch 3G

References

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  14. ^ "Samsung S5PC100 ARM Cortex A8 based Mobile Application Processor". Samsung.com. Retrieved 2012-10-02. 
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