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ODROID N2 Plus (N2+) with 4GByte RAM

Original price 1 199 kr - Original price 1 199 kr
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The new ODROID-N2+ is basically the upgrade of the ODROID-N2. In terms of form factor and hardware specifications, both versions are identical. The heatsink of ODROID-N2+ is a few millimeters lower in terms of height as compared to that of ODROID-N2. However, the processing speed is optimized in the new release.



RTC Backup Battery Holder mounted on ODROID-N2+ Board

ODROID-N2 had no onboard Backup Battery Holder

Cortex-A73 Quad-Core up to 2.4GHz

Cortex-A73 Quad-Core up to 1.8GHz

Cortex-A53 Dual-Core up to 2.0GHz

Cortex-A53 Dual-Core up to 1.9GHz


The ODROID-N2 series in the revised version of ODROID-N1. The ODROID-N2+ features a Quad-Core cluster Cortex-A73 in combination with Cortex-A53 (Dual-Core). The big.Little architecture supports the processing unit. Along with the S922X, the ODROID-N2+ has Mali Graphics Processing Unit (G52). As far as heat dissipation is concerned, the PCB has a metal-housing heatsink to keep the processing unit from thermal throttling. The Quad-Core Cortex-A73 features 12nm fab silicon technology that makes it capable of reaching up to 1.8GHz. This processor is 20% faster than the processor on ODROID-N1. The Mali-G52 is also a 10% faster GPU as compared to the GPU on ODROID-N1. In addition, the 4GB RAM (1320MHz) on ODROID-N2+ is low-consumption DDR4 (1.2 volts). The CPU of ODROID-N2+ rests at the bottom of the PCB and this design contributes to better thermal characteristics.

Board Components on ODROID-N2+

  • S922X SoC
  • DDR4
  • RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps
  • SPI 8Mib Flash
  • SPI Switch (Boot Select)
  • 1x eMMC Socket
  • 4x USB 3.0
  • 1x MicroSD Slot
  • 1x MicroUSB OTG 2.0
  • 1x IR Receiver
  • 1x HDMI 2.0
  • 1x On-Board Backup Battery Holder
  • 40-Pin Peripheral / GPIO Header
  • 2x LED Indicators
  • 1x Power Jack
  • 1x Fan Connector 2-Pin
  • 1x Audio/Video Output
  • 1x UART

ODROID-N2+ Processing Unit

  • Quad-Core 2.4GHz Cortex-A73 S922X Amlogic 12nm
  • Dual-Core 2.0GHz Cortex-A53
  • Nano Extension / Crypto Extension Supportive ARMv8-A
  • Mali GPU G-52 @800MHz
  • 6 Execution Engines


  • DDR4 4GB RAM
  • 2640 MT/s
  • Grade – PC4-21333
  • 2 Volts Low-Power Consumption


  • 1x MicroSD Slot
  • 1x eMMC Socket 


  • 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet RJ45
  • Realtek RTL8211F
  • Supports Optional USB WiFi Adapter
  • 2x LED indicators (100Mbps – Green Light / 1000 Mbps – Amber Light)

Video Support

  • 1x 2.0 HDMI
  • 1x Composite 3.5mm Video Jack
  • Supports EDID / HDR / CEC up to 4K/60Hz

Audio Support

  • 1x Stereo Audio Jack 3.5mm
  • 1x HDMI for Digital Audio Output
  • Supports (Optional) SPDIF Audio Output

External Input / Output

  • Maximum 25x GPIO
  • 1x Serial-Debug Console - UART
  • 4x USB HOST 3.0
  • 1x USB OTG 2.0 (This interface DOES NOT support Power Input)
  • 1x 40-Pin 2.54mm Pitch Expansion Header
  • 1x SPI
  • 2x 5V DC
  • 2x 3.3V DC
  • 1x 1.8V DC
  • 8x GND
  • 2x I2C
  • 1x UART
  • 2x 1.8V Max. / 10-Bit ADC Input

Power Compatibility

  • Backup RTC Battery Holder Mounted On Board (Compatible with CR2032 Coin Battery | Battery is NOT included)
  • 20W – 7.5V~18V DC
  • 12C/2A power supply recommended by Hardkernel
  • 1mm inner (+ve) and 5.5mm outer (-ve) diameter

Form Factor

  • PCB weight including Heatsink: 190 grams
  • PCB dimensions with Heatsink: 100mm x 91mm x 24mm
  • PCB dimensions without Heatsink: 90mm x 90mm x 17mm


  • Power Supply is NOT INCLUDED in this offer
  • eMMC Card is NOT included
  • RTC Battery is NOT included
  • Cooling Fan is NOT included


The processing unit of ODROID-N2+ is the major upgrade on the previous version – ODROID-N1. Earlier, the N1 had Mali-T860MP4 and now N2+ has Mali-G52 which is based on the Bifrost technology. It has 6 execution engines – 3 on each core. You can use the SPI (onboard) memory to booth ODROID-N2+. So there is no need to look for the MicroSD or eMMC for booting the Operating System. But you have to first activate the hardware block on eMMC to let the processor access the SPI memory.

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