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Compared to the ARM11 core, the Cortex-A8 is a dual-issue superscalar design, achieving roughly twice the instructions executed per clock cycle. The Cortex-A8 was the first Cortex design to be adopted on a large scale for use in consumer devices.
Key features of the Cortex-A8 core are:
Several system-on-chips (SoC) have implemented the Cortex-A8 core, including:
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