While we stopped the work on A31, we decided that A33 is promising device as it have Mali video and there is chance to have open source drivers and Linux support with hardware acceleration.
A33-OLinuXino is OSHW project and you can see the preliminary files at GitHub.
With size of 70×76 mm it’s small SOM like board, you can see the component arrangement above:
There are two 40 pin 0.1″ connectors: upped for LCD connector, lower for GPIOs, I2C, SPI, etc
A33-OLinuXino have PMU AXP223, A33 Quad core Cortex A7 running at 1.5Ghz, 4/8GB NAND Flash, 1GB RAM
On the left side you can see USB-OTG, LiPo battery connector, debug UART, button, micro SD card on the bottom
On the right side there are Audio IN and OUT connectors and flat cable connector with MIPI and CSI signals.
We still have no idea what it will cost when released as we don’t know how many layers will be the PCB, but we guess it will be in the LIME range i.e. about EUR 30