Developed new ODP features to achieve high performance, optimize the memory management, uio dev management framework, support crypto accelerator dev, pmd driver.
Hisilicon Hi3798C V200 is the world’s 1st TV box SoC to support HDR10 and Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range technology. Based on Quad-core ARM Cortex A53 with Mali-720 GPU, supports HDMI 2.0 output up to 4K at 60 HZ, 10-bit HEVC / H.265 and VP9 video decoding at 3840×2160 resolution at 60 fps, and integrates SATA and USB 3.0 interfaces. You can check Android TV Box Uyesee S100 and Himedia Q10 Pro on Hisilicon Hi3798C here!
HiMedia Q10 Pro is an Android TV box with 3.5''HDD supported up to 6TB, powered by 64bit Hisilicon Hi3798C V200 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T720 GPU, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, runs Android 5.1 on 1080p resolution, comes with Giga LAN and dual-band WiFi, supports HDMI 2.0 output at 4K@60fps, 10bit HEVC/H.265 and VP9 video decode at 4K@60fps. Himedia Q10 Pro support BDMV and BD ISO lite navigation, 3D Blue-ray subtitle, Dolby 7.1 HD Audio passthrough. Hisilicon Hi3798C V200 is the world’s 1st TV box SOC to support HDR and Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range technology.
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Uyesee S100 Android TV box is powered by 64bit Hisilicon Hi3798C V200 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T720 GPU, supports HDMI 2.0 output at 4K@60fps, 10bit HEVC/H.265 and VP9 video decode at 4K@60fps. Hisilicon Hi3798C V200 is the world’s 1st TV box SOC to support HDR and Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range technology. Uyesee S2 is their cost-effective 4K Android TV Box powered by Hi3798M V100 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Mali-450 GPU, with 1GB RAM and 8GB Flash, supports 4K@30fps H.265 decode.
Beach review of Huawei Mate 8, the Fastest Smartphone in the world today, using HiSilicon Kirin950, the world's first Octa-core Quad ARM Cortex-A72, Quad ARM Cortex-A53 in big.LITTLE and the world's first device with the ARM Mali-T880 GPU. With 4000mAh it has a really long battery life, a really nice 1080p display with 2.5d "elevation/reinforcement" which may also help in performance, brightness and battery life compared to a 2K display, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is super smooth (Huawei being the a Marshmallow Nexus partner of Google), Google Play can be installed even though this phone is only sold in China for now, Google Play services will probably be available as soon as the International version of Mate 8 is released maybe a couple of weeks from now. It's supports Dual-SIM card slots with LTE Cat-6 on one SIM (2G voice calls on the second SIM only) and you have to choose between the second SIM or up to 128GB MicroSD storage in that same slot. The price online in China is around $570 for the 4GB RAM with 64GB Flash version, $470 for 3GB RAM and 32GB Flash, if Huawei somehow decide to increase manufacturing capacity and to lower the retail price by $150-$200 and to make it available in every country worldwide, I think they could make this one of the most popular high end phablets of 2016. The sales and marketing strategy for this phone worldwide in 2016 is up to Huawei sales and marketing teams now. I would like it if Huawei offered a Switch to turn the whole UI into the same Nexus style UI as on a Huawei Nexus 6P, hopefully Huawei will consider offering a dual-UI switch.
Here's the world's most powerful smartphone, running an Octa-core Hisilicon Kirin950 quad ARM Cortex-A72 and quad ARM Cortex-A53 in big.LITTLE configuration with the ARM Mali-T880 GPU and also an ARM Cortex-M7 for the sensor hub on TSMC 16nm FinFET+ node. With a 1080p 6" display with 2.5D "elevation", 4000mAh battery, dual-SIM LTE Cat-6, 32GB/64GB/128GB storage and 3GB/4GB RAM. Now for sale in China starting at $470 for 3GB RAM and 32GB Flash to $570 for 4GB RAM and 64GB Flash. So for about the same price as a Nexus 6P 64GB you get more RAM, more CPU, more GPU (possibly, I didn't check performance configuration benchmarks), dual-SIM slots, MicroSD card support (you have to choose between MicroSD or the second SIM card in the same slot as far as I understand) also I hear that maybe that the 4GB/64GB version and above have worldwide LTE/HSPA+ bands and are not limited to either European/Asian or US bands (to be confirmed?) possibly that the Camera optics are the same from Sony as in the Nexus 6P, though it records only 1080p video and not 4K and the display is only a 1080p and not 2K. The battery life, usability benchmarks, connectivity speed is to be tested. This might be the best smartphone in the world today. Rumors are that Huawei plans to manufacture at least 1 Million units per month, they plan to overtake the Huawei Mate 7 sales amount that was over 7 million units over the previous year. I think that if Huawei wants to sell 70 million units of this one, they can do it if they price it $100 or $200 lower and make it available everywhere where people demand to buy it. I think that Huawei should use Google Now Nexus Style launcher as default and full Google designed UI instead of EMUI. I wonder if video output such as MHL works to use the powerful processor with an external Laptop Dock or Desktop Dock and I wish that using MicroSD and Dual-sim at the same time was possible. USB Type-C would have been more interesting.
Egreat R6S-II is a 4K Android TV Box powered by Hisilicon Hi3798M Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7, 1G RAM, 8G Flash, runs Android 4.4, support H.265 video decoding up to 4K@30fps. Bulk price at $40 for 1000pcs order.Egreat also have Android TV box based on Mstar SOC, Intel Mini PC in Pocket Power Bank size, Miracast dongle based on Action and Rockchip SOC.
You can contact Egreat here: (Please let them know if you watch this video)
Morgan Lee, Key Account Manager
Mobile: +86 131 2885 1772
Himedia H8 is a Android TV Box powered by 64bit Rockchip RK3368 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53, 2G RAM, 16GB Flash, with HDM 2.0 it support 4K@60fps H.265 hardware decoding, runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, Himedia H8 support BDMV, 3D BD-ISO via Himedia customized BD-Lite menu, KODI and Google playstore pre-installed, with Airplay, Miracast, Hishare supported, Himedia H8 also support streaming playback from PC/NAS by Samba, UPNP, NFS standard.
You can contact Himedia here:
Stone Long, Sales Manager,
Mobile:+86 158 1854 9139
Uyesee shows the Industry Board used for KTV, Digital Signage and Server based on Freescale, Broadcom, Hisilicons SOCs.The Freescale Board is good solution for Digital Signage, powered by Freescale I.MX6Q Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1G or 2G RAM optional, 4G Flash or up to 32GB optional, Support OS including Linux, Android,and Ubuntu, with WiFi and 3G/4G module, 100M LAN, Build-in SATA HDD, with 3*HDMI 1.4 Port support up to 3 display. Uyesee have another Freescale industry board for server with Dual Giga-Lan and 4*USB port.
The Broadcom solution powered by Broadcom BMC7252 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15, 2GB RAM, with SATA, USB3.0 port and Giga Bit Lan, with HDMI 1.4-in and HDMI 2.0-out support 4K@60fps H265, it can used for Digital Signage and 4K streaming player.
You can contact UyeSee here:
Ryan Jiang, Sales Director
Mobile:+86 186 8870 3923
LeMaker releases their $75 LeMaker HiKey development board, it's powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 620 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 64bit CPU at up to 1.2GHz and high performance Mali 450MP4 GPU. It also has 1GBLPDDR3 DRAM (800MHz) and 8GB eMMC storage on board. The price is $75 for the 1GB RAM version and $99 for 2GB RAM.
The LeMaker HiKey board follows the Linaro LCG 96boards design specification, with the standardized expansion buses for peripheral I/O, display and cameras in the 96boards ecosystem, we have many add-ons to work on HiKey. LeMaker, as one of the LCG members will contribute more resources and technical support to 96boards community.
This video also features LeMaker Guitar on Actions S500 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, LeMaker Banana Pro on Allwinner A20 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 and LeMaker Piano on Freescale i.MX6Quad and Dual Quad-core and Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9.