Yesterday, Samsung unveiled a new System on a Chip (SoC) that they will be using down the road. The Exynos 5250 is a dual-core chip, having a Cortex A-15 chip in each, all clocked in at 2GHz. Samsung has tested these chips and deemed that they should double the performance of a 1.5GHz chip that is also based on Cortex A-9.

Now, do not go having dreams of this chip powering the next Galaxy S line, Samsung said that these are going to be used for “high-end tablets.” These chips support stereoscopic 3D and can even muster up a screen resolution of a whopping 2560 × 1600. Talk about high-definition. Maybe we will see this chip powering the sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1? They are on schedule to be mass produced in the second quarter of next year.

Via: Sammyhub