Category: Chip provider

Finwe and vrAse show how the Smartphone-in-your-face powers the mass market virtual reality media of the future, it works!

Posted by – April 4, 2014

I discovered the awesomeness that are Finwe and vrAse which quite simply made me understand the whole VR segment for the first time. The idea that we will simply use our Smartphones and Tablets to power really advanced mass market heads-up augmented reality applications, this is awesome. There isn't need for Facebook's $2 Billion Oculus VR.

So you have been seeing all the news about Finwe and vrAse right here on ARMdevices.net consider that websites TheVerge, CNET and co don't even know yet that this awesomeness exists.

STMicroelectronics Set-top-box ARM Processors: STiH312 Cannes and STiH412 Monaco

Posted by – March 30, 2014

ST’s latest ARM Powered System-on-Chips supporting Android, Google TV (now Android TV), rdk, ST presents their STiH312 client-box and STiH412 server-box product families, codenamed ‘Cannes’ and ‘Monaco,’ respectively, they integrate Faroudja technology to decode and display video up to Ultra HD 4K (2160p) and the next-generation H.265 / HEVC video compression. Even supporting video transcoding (for local and remote streaming from the Set-top-box to Tablets, Smartphones, etc) STMicroelectronics presents their Dual core ARM Cortex-A9 (on 28nm process) with quad-core Mali-400 GPU does Quad-HD Ultra HD 4K HEVC video decoding, combined with Faroudja video processing technology (decoding on Cannes, decoding and transcoding on Monaco), advanced security supporting concurrent conditional access and DRM, wide connectivity, including USB 3.0, PCI-e, SATA and Gigabit Ethernet, Dedicated interfaces to a range of companion front-end solutions, including MoCA 2.0, DOCSIS 3.0, satellite and 802.11ac WiFi and more.

Zopo Headquarters Shenzhen R&D Tour

Posted by – March 29, 2014

Tour at the Zopo headquarters in Shenzhen China, where the Zopo R&D team are putting final touches to the design of the upcoming Zopo ZP1000 ultra-thin and impressive 7.2mm Octa Core MediaTek MT6592 phone.

Shenzhen ZOPO Communications-equipment Co Ltd was founded in 2012 engaging in R&D, production, marketing and service of MediaTek based smartphones. I filmed my first video with Zopo Mobile at its founding when they launched the Zopo ZP100 (2). ZOPO ZP200 was "China's first Glasses-Free 3D dual sim smartphone". ZOPO was the first company to manufacture and deliver a Linux Sailfish OS smartphone to the Indian market. Zopo sells a lot of phones to China, Germany, Benelux, Netherlands and a lot of other European countries.

Zopo ZP990+, 6″ FHD, MT6592 Octa Core

Posted by – March 28, 2014

Selling for $321 on the Chinese market.

Zopo ZP980+, 5″ FHD, MT6592 Octa Core

Posted by – March 28, 2014

Selling for $241 on the Chinese market.

Zopo ZP780 MT6582 5″ qHD Gorilla Glass

Posted by – March 28, 2014

Selling for $144 on the Chinese market.

Zopo ZP998, 5.5″ FHD, MT6592

Posted by – March 28, 2014

Selling for $273 on the Chinese market.

Antelife.com Shenzhen Smartphone Online Store

Posted by – March 25, 2014

http://antelife.com is a Shenzhen based online store selling some of the best Chinese cheap smartphones offering shipping throughout the world, mostly shipping to Europe at the moment. Some of these brands make the highest quality Chinese phones based on MediaTek, Qualcomm, Samsung, Broadcomm, Spreadtrum, Marvell, Nvidia and whichever other ARM Processors get to be available through the low to mid-range Chinese Smartphone market. At Antelife you can find some awesome phones whichever your budget at sub-$100, sub-$150, sub-$200, sub-$250, sub-$300 and at sub-$350. They sell a bunch of the awesome and interesting Chinese smartphone brands including XIAOMI, Innos, ZOPO, THL, JIAYU, UMI, Inew, Pulid, VINUS, Feiteng, Mpai, Haipai, Lenovo, AMOI, ZTE, HUAWEI, Newman, Iocean, CUBOT, DOOGEE, Pomp, Xiaocai, Mlais, OPPO, Mysaga, JIAKE, HTM, Utime, Coolpad, VOTO, UBTEL, Ulefone and more.

Gionee Elife E7 Flagship Phone

Posted by – March 25, 2014

The Gionee Elife E7 is Gionee's flagship phone. Gionee has been around for 11 years and has 3 years of experience in the international market. The Gionee Elife E7 has a 5.5" (1920x1080) screen and a quadcore Snapdragon 800 processor, comes in either 16gb of storage with 2gb ram or 32gb storage with 3gb ram with no microsd card slot. The Elife E7 has an 8MP front facing camera and a 16MP back camera (with a high quality sensor), also comes in a variety of colors. It's already on the market with the primary place of sale being China.

HP Slate 6 VoiceTab and HP Slate 7 VoiceTab

Posted by – March 23, 2014

The HP Slate Voice Tab 6" 1280x720 Android phablet with a Marvell PXA1088 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 with 16gb of storage plus Microsd and 1GB of ram, dual sim card slots with dual standby, priced at 249 Euros unlocked when sold in Europe to be available in May with a variety of swap-able back covers available in different colors. The HP Slate Voice Tab 7 has most of the same specifications and the Voice Tab 6 but instead has a 7" screen. Both have front facing speakers and the ability to make phone calls, removable back cover but no removable battery. The HP Slate 7 VoiceTab sells for 229 Euros in Europe. Both devices include HP Datapass service to provide a free 250MB of 3G data per month in a select number of countries.