New TINI Power SoC chipset is optimized for the Exynos 4412 applications processor and powers the Galaxy S III

November 20, 2012 // By Paul Buckley
Maxim Integrated’s has introduced a new TINI Power SoC chipset for the Galaxy S III which operates with the Exynos 4412 quad-core applications processor to provide a smaller, much thinner, and more energy efficient smartphone.

Maxim's newest Power SoC chipset covers all power management, charging, and USB multiplexing needs. The chipset provides an optimized balance between size and flexibility to power the Samsung applications processor and baseband processor. The device maximizes battery usage and enhances USB connectivity. Managing the power for upwards of 60 channels, the chipset offers up to 20 percent more conversion efficiency compared to the previous generation. Maxim's unique Green Mode regulators and subregulation architecture, along with the company's proprietary low-power, submicron geometry process, extend standby and active battery life. The chipset also enables fastest battery charging with minimal heat generation. High integration and advanced design techniques reduce the size, thickness, and number of external components so smartphones become even thinner.

 One Power SoC is optimized to efficiently power the Exynos 4412 applications processor.

 The second Power SoC powers the LTE (4G) baseband processor for faster, more reliable data and voice.

The third Power SoC provides numerous integrated functions, including a battery charger, a haptic motor driver, high-accuracy ModelGauge technology that maximizes battery usage, and the ability to use a single USB connector for charging or connecting accessories.

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