We’ve just learned that the ARM Eagle platform will bear the name of ARM Cortex A15 and it’ll be present on products shipped by 2013. Those will include smartphones and tablets that will be 10 times more powerful than current devices. More details can be learned from the people involved in the project, speaking in the following video:
On board with this initiative are Texas Instruments, ST Ericsson and Samsung. ARM Eagle has the advantage of low power consumption and cost effective hardware designs. In the meantime, let’s play with ARM Cortex A8-based devices and wait for the upcoming Cortex A9 gizmos! We have to say that the rotating screen tablet from the video above looks appealing.