Apple A6 vs Rockchip RK3168
Apple A6 ► remove
The Apple A6 is a dual-core SoC found in the iPhone 5 with ARM compatible CPU cores. The A6 was developed by Apple and supports the extended ARMv7s instruction set. The clock rate of the CPU is between 800 to 1200 MHz depending on the CPU load. The integrated GPU is a PowerVR SGX543MP3 at 266 MHz.
Rockchip RK3168 ► remove
The Rockchip RK3168 is a low-end ARM SoC designed primarily for smartphones. It integrates two Cortex-A9 CPU cores with NEON extension, a PowerVR SGX 540 graphics card (400 MHz) and a memory controller for low-power (LP-) DDR2/DDR3. The performance should be comparable to other similarly clocked Cortex-A9 SoCs such as the Samsung Exynos 4210. Thanks to its 28nm manufacturing, the RK3168 is relatively power efficient and should enable longer battery life.
|Apple A6||Rockchip RK3168|
| ||Apple || |
|1000 MHz||1200 MHz|
|2||2 / 2|
|32 ||28 |
| || |
|PowerVR SGX 540 (400 MHz), DDR2/DDR3 Memory Controller|
|iGPU||PowerVR SGX540 (400 MHz)|
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