AAA Tablet PC Technology Co.,Ltd. shows their latest tablets. A 3G, IPS 6.95″ 1280 x 800 resolution, MT8312 CPU tablet costs around $60. An Intel Atom powered 3G tablet running Windows RT OS costs around $100. They kids tablet powered by a RK3026 CPU and 4G LTE tablets with different screen sizes. AAA is based in Shenzhen and has about 300 workers.
Pipo has the first Rockchip RK3288 Tablets released on the market. The Pipo P1 is for sale right now on the web you can find out more about it at http://www.pipo.cn/En/index.php?m=Product&a=show1&id=329&type=2 Pipo P4 8.9″ FHD with RK3288 is also starting to ship out right now this week. Both P1 and P4 comes with a built-in 3G option. Pipo has 2 other imminent RK3288 tablets and a RK3288 TV Box about to be released. Pipo also uses MediaTek Octa Core for 3G-enabled 6.4″ 7″ phablets and the popular Pipo T10 8.9″ FHD with 12 hours battery life. Pipo also is a leader in the x86 Windows based tablet market with a 8″ Windows x86 tablet.
Find out more about Pipo here: http://pipo.cn/en/
The future of iOS is Android based. Already 90% of “iPhones” sold in China are Android copies. Chinese Smartphone factories already sell their 4.7″ “iPhone 6″ for only $77 running Android, thus support for a couple million Android apps, maybe someone ports all iOS apps to Android in the future. Anyways, this is thin and as Apple would do, it does not offer a removable battery, use Apple’s lightning connector instead of MicroUSB, it does have an internal MicroSD card slot though, but you need to use tiny screwdrivers to get to it. This copy configuration comes with a basic WVGA display, a very basic camera (extremely basic), and I think they cut a few more corners when itcomes to the CPU they use the entry-level MT6572 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Mali-400 GPU, 512MB of RAM and a little bit of ROM. It is not guaranteed that the real iPhone 6 will look exactly like it, I think a Shenzhen smartphone designer used what he could find on the online rumor photoshop sites to make thisone. Apple is rumored to release iPhone 6″ with a 4.7″ and 5.5″ or larger display at some point later this year. The Apple factories are around China but the main ones are in Shenzhen I think, the same city in which I found this phone for sale for $77 (470RMB Chinese money). I think Android copies own 90% of iPhone market share in China (not to mention Android probably owns 98% of all Smartphones sold in China), because most Chinese consumers don’t like to and can’t be paying 10x more for the official real iPhone.
Tour at the Ramos offices in Shenzhen Hi-Tech Park area. Here they have their engineers, sales, marketing and management departments, while their factory is at another part of Shenzhen (at which I may film later). Ramos shows their Exynos5260 Hexacore based tablet, as well as some MediaTek and Intel based tablets.
Ramos shows their latest and upcoming Tablets and Smartphones on Samsung Exynos5260 Hexacore, MediaTek MT6592, Actions ATM7039 and they also do dual-boot Windows 8.1 and Android on x86.
ZGPax shows their latest range of Smartwatches, using MediaTek MT6577 and MT6572 running Android, and their $35 version (500 pieces MOQ) running MediaTek MT6260 for basic Bluetooth functions only. You can see my video filmed with ZGpax at Hong Kong Fair October 2013
Contact Andy of ZGPAX (please only for serious buyers/distributors):
Shenzhen PGD Digital Technology Co Ltd
Anlong International Group (HK) Co Ltd
Andy Loi, Sales Director
Mobile: +86 15013588272
Tel: +86 755 33126046
MediaTek launches the Linkit platform called Aster MT2502, combining the MCU, PMIC, Bluetooth, Memory and Modem all into one chip. Lowering the power consumption, lowering the size, and even lowering the cost, MediaTek also introduces the Tiny System that kicks-in to standby mode on a lowered 26Mhz CPU frequency, down from a peak of 260Mhz that this MT2502 is designed to run at. When the Smartwatch is in use, it runs on RTOS Nucleus OS, running basic Smart functions with built-in Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy. Thus lower power (runs up to 4 days) compared to the existing MediaTek MT6260 platform which already runs a whole range of sub-$30 Smartwatches on the market. Supports QVGA 320×240 displays only, MediaTek is working with all kinds of different display providers including also E Ink. To accelerate development on their Linkit, MediaTek launches the MediaTek Labs providing a development board with SDK, find more information at http://www.mediatek.com/en/labs/
Here’s the MediaTek MT6592 with LTE Support, ripping out the modem part and adding MediaTek’s Multimode Worldwide Cat4 LTE modem 150mbit/150mbit, it’s thus packaged together. This is MediaTek entering the LTE market, power consumption being optimized, the next generation big.LITTLE MT6595 with integrated LTE is four ARM Cortex-A15 and four ARM Cortex-A7 where the modem part is using ARM Cortex-R4 arriving in Q3. MediaTek’s 64bit SoC may also be available as soon as the end of this year.
Crave shows their latest range of smartphones and tablets. One of their 3G smartphones has a 6.95″ 1280×1000 resolution display and is powered by a MTK quad-core CPU. A 10.1″ tablet with MTK octa-core CPU and dual sim 3G built-in is also one of their new products. They are launching a new line of Intel-powered tablets and a kid’s line with different case colors and kid’s software Crave is based in Shenzhen, China and produce around 200k units per month.
AAPPAA shows their latest range of Smartphones, starting with the $43 4″ FWVGA IPS MT6572, $60 6″ FWVGA MT6572, $79 5″ qHD IPS MT6582 to the $140 5.5″ FHD IPS with OGS MT6592. Shenzhen AAPPAA is looking for distributors worldwide about distributing AAPPAA’s own brand.
You can contact Shenzhen AAPPAA here (please only contact them if you are a serious distributor/brand, and you can tell them you saw this video):
Summer Liu, Sales Director
Phone: +86 18123748816