Two new features spotted in the Radxa Rock Pi 4C

The new Radxa Rock Pi 4C is one of the best offerings from Radxa, which is known for creating single-board chipsets, especially for Android tablets. The new Radxa Rock Pi 4C was created for ultra-cheap ultra-compact systems, and the company has now started its sales. The product is based on the Rockchip RK3399 SoC, originally meant for Android tables where the affordable tables could provide a decent set of features and a good performance.

The chipset also made to entry-level power devices in many different categories like PCs, home theater, etc. Using the same features, the Radxa Rock Pi 4C has 2 Arm Cortex-A72 cores, clocked at 1.8GHz and four Arm Cortex-A53, which consumes less power at 1.4GHz. The SoC also comes with an Arm Mali T864 GPU. The configuration does provide a good mix of power-packed performance for entry-level devices and also saves on energy at the same time.

The two new features spotted in the new SoC were DisplayPort and support for NVMe storage, which was not available in their predecessor. The Soc also comes with 4GB LPDDR4 RAM onboard integrated, 128 GB eMMC with expandable memory support until 2TB. It also has common features like Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi5, USB 3.0 ports, mini Display Port 1.2, 3.5 mm jack, and a USC C connector for charging and data transfer. The SoC has been created to compatible with multiple products and designs, and it measures only 85x54mm. The chipset can be used for Android TV, devices, or Linux devices as well.


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