Allwinner Announces Stunning Specs for New 1.5GHz Dual Core A23 Processor

ZHUHAI, China, Oct. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire — Allwinner Technology, a leading fabless processor design company, today announced more technical details of its highly anticipated dual core A23 tablet processor that stunned attendees at an official release event in Shenzhen, China.

Demand for the A23 from ODMs and OEMs has been hot since the chip was officially announced last month. Since then, partners with early access to the A23 platform have witnessed dramatic gains in performance and reductions in power consumption, and many expect to ramp up production as quickly as possible.

The all-new A23 chip clocks in at 1.5GHz and delivers unparalleled low power consumption. Figures from early platform releases show Antutu benchmark scores up to 15,000. Devices with mainstream batteries can last up to 10 hours during video playback and over 100 hours during screen-off music playback. In addition, Allwinner’s newly designed ultra-standby mode enables over 60 days of device standby time and an advanced Talking Standby mode for low power voice talk.

The A23′s high level of integration also makes it an extremely compelling platform choice for OEMs and ODMs. With features like integrated MIPI DSI, the A23 platform requires a market leading less-than-260 components on board, reducing system cost and design complexity for manufacturers.

About Allwinner

Allwinner is a leading fabless design company dedicated to smart application processors and smart analog IC. Its product line includes multi-core application processors for smart devices and smart power management ICs used by brands worldwide.

With its focus on cutting edge UHD video processing, high performance multi-core CPU/GPU integration, and ultra-low power consumption, Allwinner Technology is a mainstream solution provider for the global tablet, Internet TV, smart home device, smart power management, and mobile connected device markets. Allwinner Technology is headquartered in Zhuhai, China.

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