Today's weird flex but ok: The NXP i.MX RT1015. It runs with up to 500MHz, has a 25MHz low-power mode and 100-LQFP package.
But, it only has 128kB RAM and no SDRAM interface, unlike others of the same series.
I'm kinda lost as to what this would be used for.
@ln Hmm. 128 kB of internal RAM and no external RAM interface sounds usual for a Cortex-M profile, but the 500 MHz makes me think that this is targeted at fast realtime behaviour without losing the power savings of a Cortex-M in idle times. I guess with 500 MHz you could probably read a sensor real fast and decide if you need to correct a tool head position, or something.
But they also list "camera" as possible application — I wonder how, with only 128KiB of RAM :-O
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