Using ESP32-S3 with Other Hardware and Design

Using ESP32-S3 with Other Hardware and Design

First of all, let's look at the technical specifications of the ESP32-S3 product:

The ESP32-S3 is a highly integrated, low-power, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi + Bluetooth® LE (5) System-on-Chip (SoC) solution.

It has the following features:

• Xtensa® 32-bit LX7 CPU clocked up to 240 MHz
• Complete Wi-Fi + Bluetooth subsystem integrating radio and baseband, RF switch, RF balun, power
amplifier, low noise amplifier (LNA), etc.
• State-of-the-art power management unit
• Industry-leading RF performance
• Strong AI computing capability
• Rich set of peripherals


The ESP32-S3 also integrates advanced calibration circuitry that compensates for radio defects, thus reducing the cost and time to market of your product and eliminating the need for special tests.

It is an ideal choice for a wide variety of application scenarios related to SoC, AI and Artificial Intelligence.

Things like (AIoT):
Wake word detection
Recognition of speech commands
Face detection and recognition
Smart House
Smart devices
Intelligent control panel
Smart speaker

For more technical information about the ESP32-S3 series, please see:

What is SoC?
SoC (System on a Chip) means integrating a whole computer system or electronic device on a chip. This typically includes integrating a processor, memory, I/O interface, and other components. SoCs stand out for their smaller size and lower power consumption and are used in mobile devices, smart home devices, automotive systems, wearables and many other devices. The advantage of SoCs is that they offer a more efficient and economical design, leading to device downsizing and less power consumption.