Raspberry Pi 3, ODROID-C2 und Pine A64+ Vergleich

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  Raspberry Pi 3 ODROID-C2 Pine A64 Plus
Processor Broadcom BCM2837 quad core Cortex A53 processor @ 1.2 GHz(4x ~2760 DMIPS) Amlogic S905 quad core Cortex A53 processor @ 2.0 GHz(4x ~4600 DMIPS) Allwinner A64 quad core Cortex A53 processor @ 1.2 GHz
(4x ~2760 DMIPS)
GPU VideoCore IV @ 300/400 MHz Penta core (3+2) ARM Mali-450 ARM Mali-400MP2
Video Decoding

1080p30 for H.264, MPEG2* and VC1*
1080p video encoding (H.264)

* Extra licenses required

8-/10-bit H.265 up to 4K @ 60fps, H.264 up to 4K @ 30 fps, H.263, VC1, Mpeg1/2, AVS,  Realvideo up to 1080p60

H.265/HEVC @ up to 4K @ 30 fps, H.264, VP8, AVS/AVS+ & MPEG1/2/2 @ 1080p60 , VC1 and MJPEG up to 1080p @ 30 fps

Video Encoding Full HD H.264 video encoding

H.264 up to 1080p@60fps

H.264 up to 1080p@60fps

 1 or 2GB DDR3
Storage micro SD card slot micro SD card slot + eMMC socket micro SD card slot
Boot media micro SD card slot, USB or PXE (network boot) micro SD card slot or eMMC socket micro SD card slot

10/100M Ethernet via USB bridge

Gigabit Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet
Wireless Connectivity

WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz) and Bluetooth 4.1 LE

No, requires USB dongle Not included by default, but an optional WiFi 802.11 b/g/n & Bluetooth module can be added
USB 4x USB 2.0 host ports + 1x micro USB port for power only 4x USB 2.0 host ports + micro USB OTG port 2x USB 2.0 host ports
Video HDMI 1.4 with CEC and 3.5mm composite video jack

HDMI 2.0 with CEC

Composite video can be added via unpopulated 2-pin header

HDMI 1.4
Audio  HDMI and 3.5 mm audio jack (Shared with composite video) HDMI HDMI and 3.5mm audio jack
I/Os and other peripherals

40-pin header with 26 –GPIOs, 1x UART (debugging), 1x SPI, 2x I2C, PCM/I2S, 2x PWM

CSI (camera serial interface)

DSI (display serial interface).


40-pin header with GPIO, I2C, UART, PWM, 1-wire, and ADC

7-pin I2S for audio

Built-in IR receiver

40-pin Raspberry Pi 2 compatible header with up to 27x GPIOs, 1x I2C, 1x SPI, 1x UART.

34-pin “Euler” header with IR, I2S, 1x SPI, 2x UART, S/PDIF

4-lane MIPI DSI connector and touch panel connector

MIPI CSI camera interface 
Power 5V via micro USB
Idle power consumption:
With UI (Raspbian?): 0.31A @ ~5V
Terminal only: 0.22A @ 5.19 V
5V via micro USB OTG port or power barrel
Idle power consumption: TBD
5V via power barrel or 3.7V LiPo battery
Idle power consumption: TBD
Dimensions 85 x 56 mm 85 x 56mm 127mm x 79mm
Linux Support

Official: Raspbian with recent Linux 4.x kernel.

 Many other community supported distros including OpenELEC, OSMC, Ubuntu Matte, Ubuntu Snappy Core, etc…

32-bit user space only (currently)

Mainline Linux support in progress.

Official: Ubuntu 16.04 32-bit and 64-bit images with Linux 3.14 kernel


Amlogic S905 Mainline Linux support in progress(but likely preliminary)

Official: Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit with Kernel 3.10 (No sure about GPU and VPU support)


Mainline support in progress.

Android Support

No (at least not a usable version)

Android 5.1 Android 5.1
Windows 10 IoT Support Yes No Not yet, but maybe later
Community Largest community so far for a development board on Raspberry Pi Forums.


Monthly MagPi magazine

Active community onODROID forums


Monthly ODROID magazine

Somewhat active Pine64 Forum, but frequency of post should increase once many of the 36,781 Kickstarter backers receive their board
Documentation,  and hardware files. Documentation is available via eLinux RPI Wiki, with little info about Raspberru Pi 3 specifically, but it’s not really an issue, as it’s software compatible with Raspberry Pi 2


Schematics are not available, even in PDF format, and the board hardware is closed source.

Broadcom BCM2837 datasheet is not available, however many of the peripherals will be similar to BCM2835 where the datasheet has been released.

Documentation can be found on ODROID-C2 Wiki.


Schematics (PDF), autocad files, and Amlogic S905 datasheet are not available (yet), but those files were provided for ODROID-C1.

No PCB layout or Gerber files are provided for ODROID boards, so the board is also closed source.



Documentation is available onPine64 Wiki.


Schematics (PDF), and datasheet for all main chips including Allwinner A64 datasheet have been released.

PCB layout and Gerber files are not available, which makes the board closed source.


 Listed Price  $35  $40  $19 (1GB RAM) / $29 (2GB RAM) Kickstarter prices
Shipping to US address  $7.99 via MCM Electronics


Total: $42.99

$6.75 on Ameridroid.
Total: $48.70 (Board price is $41.95)
Total: $26 or $36
Distribution network and Availability Wide sales network, with most online retailers and some brick and mortar shops selling Raspberry Pi boards. Good availability as the foundation produces 300,000 boards before launch Available via Hardkernel, or distributors in US and Europe. Shipping may be costly to some other countries. Currently not available, and it’s not clear which distributions channels will be used. Kickstarter backer s are starting to receive their boards.

Quelle: http://www.cnx-software.com/2016/03/01/raspberry-pi-3-odroid-c2-and-pine-a64-development-boards-comparison/#ixzz41gt6Ur4m


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