We’ve been talking about Samsung’s Orionprocessor for some time, the dual-core successor to the well-received Hummingbird core of 2010 — but Orion was a codename all along. What will you be calling these two slices of high-performance silicon by the time they finally grace a phone of yours? “Exynos 4210,” it turns out, as the Orion becomes the first member of Sammy’s newly-branded Exynos line of application processors. We’d already known that the company was targeting the first half of 2011 for Orion’s commercial release, but they’re ready to get a little more specific now… and the news is good: production begins next month, which might line up nicely for some announcements the company has in store for MWC next week. Here’s hoping! Follow the break for the release.