Rockchip has been working on multi-window Android for the last 2-3 years, this is their latest version, Rockchip calls it Light Biz OS, it is based on Android 5.1 with all of the millions of Android apps supported as in any other Android. This is Rockchip's attempt at giving Android a Windows-like feeling, with Microsoft Office and other office apps supported, with smooth Multi-Tasking and Multi-Windows funtions, Rockchip's Dual display feature can output different apps to the secondary display, digital-pen features are also supported for notes and drawing. Rockchip deeply develops Light Biz OS fpor their RK3288 Quad-core 32bit ARM Cortex-A17 and their RK3688 Octa-core 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 platform for tablet, Mini PC, TV Box, Android Laptop/convertible and more.
Meidi shows TI DLP 100-lumen smart Android projectors based on Rockchip RK3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1GB RAM, 8GB Flash, Bulk price at $200 for 100pcs minimum quantity order. It runs Android 4.4, supports Miracast, Airplay, DLNA. They also show a 3D projector with 500-lumen brightness, also based on Rockchip RK3188 with 1GB RAM, 8GB Flash, priced at $450 for 200pcs bulk order.
Fiona Ma, Sales Manger,
These are some of the latest cheap Smartphones in China based on the MediaTek MT6580, MT6735, Spreadtrum SC7731 and SC7715. Here's a $37 iPhone 6S clone with a removable back case to support removable battery, 3G dual-sim, it runs a 5" qHD display on a Spreadtrum SC7731 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 (I say A5 in the video by mistake, it's actually A7). 512MB RAM and 4GB Flash but expandable by MicroSD slot. One of the world's cheapest Android phones is the $25 SC7715 single-core ARM Cortex-A7 phone with 3.5" display. A little higher specced are Huawei Mate 7 and Huawei P8 clones at $44 on Spreadtrum SC7731 and for $49 you get 5.5" qHD and 5" HD phones on the MediaTek MT6580 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7. For LTE I found a 5.5" qHD IPS on 64bit MediaTek MT6735 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with 1GB RAM and 8GB Flash. Sorry I didn't prepare this video well I say many wrong things about the CPUs, prices, Android versions etc check the annotations I try to fix it there.
Reeman is a Robotics startup in Shenzhen making a $500 Robot for kids to play, to video-chat with their parents at work, for parents to video-monitor their kids at any time remotely, for kids to learn and play. Reeman Robot has advanced features based on the Rockchip RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 with ARM Mali-T760 GPU, it also has 3 micro-controllers, motors, sonar and infrared sensors, 3D camera sensors (to map and recognize where it is in rooms and spaces!), stereo microphones (to know where sound is coming from!), built-in speakers, camera, a 10.1" capacitive touch-screen, it's able to go back to the charger to charge itself automatically! An ex-employee from IBM is developing an artificial intelligence system for it to learn and react intelligently to an unlimited number of situations, questions and sentences in Chinese. Reeman has a team of 20 engineers now working hard to ship this robot on the Chinese market at $500 (2999rmb) in the first quarter of next year!
Reeman is very interested to find a partner to help develop English-language AI system with English voice-recognition, apps and educational/gaming content so this robot can be sold outside of China also! (hello Google/Alphabet? Can you make them a Robotics APK for Android with APIs for all sensors etc?) Interested partners, developers, distributors can contact Reeman below:
Jerry Gao, CEO
Mobile: +86 18902468056
Phone: +86 75586239429
Grant Likely of Linaro introduces the http://96Boards.org IoT Starter Kit with retail price aimed at around $45 which includes the 96Boards UART also available at http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/96Boards-UART-p-2525.html and the Arduino-compatible 96Boards Sensors adapter board.
Ben Lai, CEO of Pipo, shows off Pipo self-balance scooter and introduces his full products line including latest Intel Mini PC stick (with a fan), Intel Mini PC (with displays and without), Intel tablet and Intel laptop. The New Pipo X9 powered by Quad-Core Intel Baytrail Z3736F, 2G RAM, 32GB ROM, featured with 8.9’’ 1920*1200 Multi-touch screen, installed Windows 10 + Android 4.4 Dual OS, with WiFi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth4.0, 4* USB 2.0 port.It can work as a tablet or table mini PC.
Distributors can contact PiPo here:.
Ben Lai, CEO
Bluetimes shows their fast charging power bank with their own BQC technology and Qualcomm 2.0 quick charge technology. The Bluetimes BQC technolohy supports full-charging 4000mAh battery in 15 minutes, it takes 3 hour to full-charging 4000mAh battery by normal 5V/2A power supply. iThink Smart WiFi Camera with 720P 135degree camera in , support live video streaming from smartphone, 2-way video conference call, local video recording to Micro SD card, automatic alarm if there is people movement. Infrared night version is also supported for iThink HandView2.
Distributors can contact Bluetimes here (let them know if you watched this video):
Alex Dou, Sales Director
Skype : alexdou3
uleFone Paris at just $110 on MT6753 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T720 GPU, with a nice looking 5" On-Cell 1280x720 display, Dual-SIM LTE, Gorilla Glass 3, 13megapixel Omnivision back-camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 2250mAh battery. This is a really nice looking 5" Smartphone with a nice display and a nice Octa-core 64bit processor and LTE. Read more about it at http://ulefone.com/products/paris/features.html
Distributors can contact uleFone here (let them know you watched this video):
Mobile+86 137 6035 5182
Jerry, Sales Manager
Mobile:+86 156 293 1210/138 2743 5163
Bluboo shows mockup of their upcoming Android Wear smartwatch to be powered by MediaTek MTK2601 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A7, with a round shape display, 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM, supports SIM cards, bluetooth 4.0 to be priced at $79, mass production will be ready on November. Bluboo also shows their full Smartphone product line from MT6735 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 to MT6753 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53, Full HD screens, big batteries up to 5300mAh. Prices ranging from $120 to $149.
You can contact Blueboo for more info (let them know you watched my video):
Candy, Sales Director
Mobile: +86 136 31535501
AAPPAA shows their new 4G LTE phones with no MOQ requirement orders under their Phonemax brand, the price is around $50 for LTE MT6735 and $40 for 3G MT6580A. Phonemax 4G LTE phones are powered by MediaTek, with screens from 4.5", slim designs, factory price at $40, $50 or $60. The 5" LTE smartphone with HD panel sells from $60.
Distribution and resellers can contact AAPPAA here:
Summer Liu, Sales Director
Phone: +86 18123748816