Samsung Enyxos 4410

Looks pretty good. Has on-board SATA-II, can do 800mhz DDR3, has 24-bit RGB/TTL. doesn't mention USB-OTG (but then many samsung datasheets have been known to miss this out). supports USB HSIC 2-channel, to which an Ethernet PHY IC can be connected (LAN9730 pincount is estimated to be around 550 pins.

  • ARM CortexA9 dual core subsystem with 64-/128-bit SIMD NEON
    • 32KB (Instruction)/32KB (Data) L1 Cache and 1MB L2 Cache
    • 1.2Hz and 1.0GHz Core Frequency: Voltage 1.2V
  • 64-bit Multi-layered bus architecture
  • Internal ROM and RAM for secure booting, security, and general purposes
  • Memory Subsystem:
    • SRAM/ROM/NOR/NAND Interface with x8 or x16 data bus
    • OneNAND Interface with x16 data bus
    • 2-ports 32-bit 800Mbps LPDDR2/DDR2/DDR3 Interfaces
  • 8-bit ITU 601/656 Camera Interface
  • Multi-format Video Hardware Codec: 1080p 30fps (capable of decoding and encoding MPEG-4/H.263/H.264) and 1080p 30fps (capable of decoding MPEG-2/VC1)
  • JPEG Hardware Codec
  • 3D and 2D graphics hardware, supporting OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0, and OpenVG 1.1
  • LCD single or dual display, supporting 24bpp RGB, MIPI
  • Native triple display, supporting WSVGA LCD dual display and 1080p HDMI, simultaneously
  • Composite TV-out and HDMI 1.3a interfaces
  • GPS baseband integration with GPS RF interface
  • 2-ports (4-lanes and 2-lanes) MIPI DSI and MIPI CSI interfaces
  • 1-channel AC-97, 2-channel PCM, and 3-channel 24-bit I2S audio interface, supporting 5.1 channel audio
  • 1-channel S/PDIF interface support for digital audio
  • 8-channel I2C interface support for PMIC, HDMI, and general-purpose multi-master
  • 3-channel high-speed SPI
  • 4-channel high-speed UART (up to 3Mbps data rate for Bluetooth 2.1 EDR and IrDA 1.0 SIR)
  • USB 2.0 Device 1-channel, supporting FS/HS (12Mbps/480Mbps) with on-chip PHY
  • USB 2.0 Host 1-channel, supporting LS/FS/HS (1.5Mbps/12Mbps/480Mbps) with on-chip PHY
  • USB HSIC 2-channel, supporting (480Mbps) with on-chip PHY
  • Asynchronous Direct Modem Interface with 16KB DPSRAM
  • 4-channel SD/MMC interface, supporting SD 2.0, HS-MMC 4.3, and 1ch HS-MMC 4.4 DDR 4-bit interface muxed with HS-MMC 4.3
  • SATA AHCI 1-channel, supporting SATA1 (1.5Gbps) and SATA2 (3.0Gbps) with on-chip PHY
  • 32-channel DMA Controller
  • 14x8 keypad support
  • 10-channel 12-bit multiplexed ADCs
  • Configurable GPIOs
  • Real time clock, PLLs, timer with PWM, and watchdog timer

Pincount estimates

these are based on info from the public datasheet. total comes to about 544, missed a few, it's probably more like 600.

  • section 4: 252 multi-function inputs (covering all the UARTs, SPIs, IICs etc.)
  • same section: 156 memory pins (2 banks of 78 DRAM ports)
  • NAND interface: 25 pins
  • HDMI interface: 19 pins
  • SATA interface: 8?
  • I80 interface (section 16.1): 24 pins (the RGB/TTL is on the multi-function GPIOs)
  • Ground and Power: 60 pins

TODO - contact companies to discuss EOMA68 CPU Cards


both and have CPU Cards already, but their offerings are already 3mm high and have B2B connectors that make it impossible to fit inside a 5mm height PCMCIA case. it would be necessary to ask them to convert to EOMA-68