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The '''Atom x3''', formally '''SoFIA''' (''Smart of Feature Phone with Intel Architecture''), is a family of low-end {{arch|64}} system on chips. The chips are available in both 4G LTE 5-band modem as well as 2G/3G modem versions. Atom x3 SoCs incorporate the [[Mali]] GPU.
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The '''Atom x3''', formerly '''SoFIA''' (''Smart of Feature Phone with Intel Architecture''), is a family of ultra-low power {{arch|64}} [[system on chip]]s first introduced by [[Intel]] in early 2015. The x3 is the low-end family of processors designed for the mobile market below the {{intel|Atom x5|x5}} and {{intel|Atom x7|x7}} families - particularly targeting entry and value smartphones, phablets, and tablets. This is Intel's first family of chips featuring a cellular modem. The chips are available in both 4G LTE 5-band modem as well as 2G/3G modem versions. Atom x3 SoCs incorporate the [[Mali]] GPU.
 
== Overview==
 
== Overview==
The Atom x3 family was originally announced on March 2, 2015 at the Mobile World Congress in [[wikipedia:Barcelona, Spain|Barcelona, Spain]]. The family was designed to be an introductory level low-cost system on chips integrated cellular modem for smart phones.  
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The Atom x3 family was originally announced on March 2, 2015 at the Mobile World Congress in [[wikipedia:Barcelona, Spain|Barcelona, Spain]]. The family was designed to be an introductory level low-cost system on chips integrated cellular modem for smart phones. The x3 feature Intel's first chips with a cellular modem, an attempt to enter the entry-level smartphone market. Due to the cost associated with fabricating integrated modems on latest [[14 nm process]], Intel uses [[TSMC]] to manufacture these chips on [[28 nm process]].
 
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Latest revision as of 16:29, 3 December 2016

Intel Atom x3
intel atom x3 logo.png
Atom x3 Logo
Developer Intel
Manufacturer TSMC
Type System on chips
Introduction March 2, 2015 (announced)
April, 2015 (launch)
Architecture low-end 64 bit low power system-on-chip for smart phones
ISA x86-64
µarch Silvermont, Airmont
Word size 64 bit
8 octets
16 nibbles
Process 28 nm
0.028 μm
2.8e-5 mm
Technology CMOS
Clock 1000 MHz-1400 MHz

The Atom x3, formerly SoFIA (Smart of Feature Phone with Intel Architecture), is a family of ultra-low power 64-bit system on chips first introduced by Intel in early 2015. The x3 is the low-end family of processors designed for the mobile market below the x5 and x7 families - particularly targeting entry and value smartphones, phablets, and tablets. This is Intel's first family of chips featuring a cellular modem. The chips are available in both 4G LTE 5-band modem as well as 2G/3G modem versions. Atom x3 SoCs incorporate the Mali GPU.

Overview[edit]

The Atom x3 family was originally announced on March 2, 2015 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The family was designed to be an introductory level low-cost system on chips integrated cellular modem for smart phones. The x3 feature Intel's first chips with a cellular modem, an attempt to enter the entry-level smartphone market. Due to the cost associated with fabricating integrated modems on latest 14 nm process, Intel uses TSMC to manufacture these chips on 28 nm process.

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Atom x3 Microprocessors
Main processorIGP
ModelµarchLaunchedSDPFreqMax MemNameFreqMax Freq
x3-C3130Silvermont4 March 20151,000 MHz
1 GHz
1,000,000 kHz
Mali-400 MP2480 MHz
0.48 GHz
480,000 KHz
x3-C3200RKSilvermont4 March 20152 W
2,000 mW
0.00268 hp
0.002 kW
1,100 MHz
1.1 GHz
1,100,000 kHz
2,048 MiB
2,097,152 KiB
2,147,483,648 B
2 GiB
0.00195 TiB
Mali-450 MP4600 MHz
0.6 GHz
600,000 KHz
x3-C3230RKSilvermont4 March 20152 W
2,000 mW
0.00268 hp
0.002 kW
1,100 MHz
1.1 GHz
1,100,000 kHz
2,048 MiB
2,097,152 KiB
2,147,483,648 B
2 GiB
0.00195 TiB
Mali-450 MP4600 MHz
0.6 GHz
600,000 KHz
x3-C3405SilvermontApril 20152 W
2,000 mW
0.00268 hp
0.002 kW
1,200 MHz
1.2 GHz
1,200,000 kHz
2,048 MiB
2,097,152 KiB
2,147,483,648 B
2 GiB
0.00195 TiB
Mali T720 MP2456 MHz
0.456 GHz
456,000 KHz
x3-C3445SilvermontApril 20152 W
2,000 mW
0.00268 hp
0.002 kW
1,200 MHz
1.2 GHz
1,200,000 kHz
2,048 MiB
2,097,152 KiB
2,147,483,648 B
2 GiB
0.00195 TiB
Mali T720 MP2456 MHz
0.456 GHz
456,000 KHz

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Facts about "Atom x3 - Intel"
designerIntel +
first announcedMarch 2, 2015 +
first launchedApril 2015 +
full page nameintel/atom x3 +
instance ofsystem on a chip family +
instruction set architecturex86-64 +
main designerIntel +
manufacturerIntel +
microarchitectureSilvermont + and Airmont +
nameIntel Atom x3 +
process28 nm (0.028 μm, 2.8e-5 mm) +
technologyCMOS +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +