Texas Instruments, one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers, has unveiled two new coprocessors from its OMAP-DM5x series: TI OMAP-DM515 and TI OMAP-DM525.
Designed for mobile devices, the OMAP-DM515 and OMAP-DM525 come to provide accelerated imaging and video capabilities, allowing phone makers to offer cutting-edge multimedia features.
The two new coprocessors can deliver still images of up to 20 Megapixels and high-quality 720p HD video capture. Other features include: perfect moment technology, Smart lighting, Face tracking, Auto scene detector, Advanced motion-triggered image stability, Video noise filter, and TV-out capabilities.
The TI OMAP-DM515 is available starting today, while the TI OMAP-DM525 will enter production starting 2010.
Via Press release
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