The Raspberry Pi 5, based on a Broadcom quad-core, 2.4GHz Cortex-A76 BCM2712 SoC, offers up to 8GB RAM. I/O includes dual 4K micro-HDMI ports, full-speed GbE, WiFi/BT, and the usual 40-pin RPi GPIO. It comes in a $60 variant with 4GB RAM, and in a $80 variant with 8GB RAM, both of which LPDDR4X-4267.

📅 Added on October 24, 2023
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Hardware Specifications (Start Comparison)

Manufacturer Raspberry Pi Foundation
SoC Broadcom BCM2712
CPU 4× ARM Cortex-A76 @ 2.4Ghz
GPU VideoCore VII 800Mhz
External (onboard) MCU 1× Raspberry Pi RP1
RAM 8.0 GiB LPDDR4 @4267Mhz
SD 1× microSD slot bootable
5× host ports
1× device port
1x USB Type-C.
1× 1 Gbps
supports passive and active PoE
Wi-Fi On-board Wi-Fi without external antenna
2.4Ghz b/g/n/ax
5Ghz a/n/ac/ax
Bluetooth On-board Bluetooth (5.0)
  • Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Audio support
Video interfaces
2× HDMI 2.0 (HDMI-D micro)
1× Composite
Display I/O
1× MIPI-DSI (Display Serial Interface)
1× audio output
1× I2S
Camera I/O 2× camera interfaces
4× PWM
Pin Header
Raspberry Pi HAT
Embedded I/O
2× I2C
2× SPI
Generic Peripherals
Real-Time Clock (RTC)

Physical Aspects

Power Requirements 5.0 V DC 2.0A –5.0A
Battery -
Dimensions 85mm x 56mm x 20mm
Form Factor Raspberry Pi
Mounting holes Yes


Linux Yes
Mainline Kernel
Android -
Windows -

Certifications and conformity

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The reference price is (US) $60.0
For purchase information, please refer to the official website .

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