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STM32 F7 Series: The World’s First ARM Cortex-M7 Core-Based MCUs

Question asked by waclawek.jan on Sep 24, 2014
Latest reply on May 22, 2015 by Andrei Chichak
[duplicated thread due to locked thread above]

Impressive, looking forward to real silicon.

- all clocks apper to be able to tick up to 200MHz
- low-power timer running independently of the main clock (i.e. also in stop mode)
- quad SPI

Things which made me sad at the first glance:
- ST chose to omit double-precision from the FPU
- up to 1MB FLASH may turn out to be a severe limitation
- there's a gotcha in the "fully pin-to-pin compatibility to 'F4": LQFP100 has a shifted row of pins

Question: Will there be DISCOVERY board? If yes, will it be same or different as the existing '429/439 one?