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Eight months after a leak pre-empted the launch of the ESP32-C3, Espressif’s first part to use a RISC-V core as its central processor, a new model has been discovered ahead of an official announcement: the ESP32-H2.

Espressif’s ESP32-C3 leaked late last year as its first RISC-V-only system-on-chip, offering a single 32-bit processing core running at up to 160MHz, 400kB of static RAM (SRAM), 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.0 connectivity, and 22 programmable general-purpose input/output (GPIO) pins — in a package designed to be pin-compatible with the company’s popular ESP8266.

Now, the company’s next RISC-V-only SoC has leaked — as a part with a clear focus on ultra-low-power IoT applications.

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