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TI imaging processor adopted in Samsung's new camera phone

Posted: 21 Jan 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:imaging processor? camera phone? omap-dm270 processor?

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announced that Samsung Electronics has selected TI's imaging processor technology for what they claim as the first camera phone with a hard disk drive for storing images and video. In addition, Samsung has also selected TI imaging processor technology for three additional camera phones.

Samsung says it has chosen TI's OMAP-DM270 processor, an extension to TI's OMAP processor portfolio, to power its new camera phone model. The camera phone with hard-disk drive includes a video-on demand feature. Samsung's new camera phones are available to consumers in South Korea.

TI believes that the OMAP platform supports mobile entertainment applications, such as camera phones, video recording, and 3D games. Meeting consumer expectations for a secure, entertainment experience on the mobile phone will be a strong step toward making trendy mobile features "must-have," revenue-generating services.

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