Category: Qualcomm

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Moto 360 2nd gen Android Wear Smartwatch

Posted by m@ddy – February 7, 2016

The new moto 360 smartwatch with impressive upgrade features to the previous version has customized straps, improved resolution, 2 days longer lasting battery, bigger dial, for sale in tge US and in other parts of the world. For more information look into http://www.motorola.in/products/moto-360

Nextbit Robin,$299 Smart Phone with 100G Cloud Storage Snapdragon 808

Posted by Gennie – February 4, 2016

Successfully lunched on Kickstarter with $1.36million, Robin, The “cloud-first” Smarter Phone, designed by Nextbit, production by Foxconn, Powered by 64bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 Hexa-Core (Dual-Core ARM Cortex A57 and Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 ), runs Android Lollipop, with 3GB RAM, 32GB Flash on board, 100GB online storage, comes with 5.2’’IPS 1080P LCD screen with gorilla glass, features 13MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus and dual tone flash, 5MP front camera, 2680mAh battery, dual front facing stereo speakers, finger print sensor, NFC, Quick charging, bluetooth4.0, NFC. Robin comes with a special square Matt plastic body, available in 2 color:Mint and Midnight, early bird offer started from $299 on Kickstarter, retailer price at $399, estimate start shipping on Q1 2016.

Coursera course about IoT using the 64bit Qualcomm Dragonboard 410c

Posted by Charbax – January 30, 2016

This Coursera Specialization covers the development of Internet of Things (IoT) products and services—including devices for sensing, actuation, processing, and communication—to help you develop skills and experiences you can employ in designing novel systems. The Specialization has theory and lab sections. In the lab sections you will learn hands-on IoT concepts such as sensing, actuation and communication. In the final Capstone Project, developed in partnership with Qualcomm, you’ll apply the skills you learned on a project of your choice using the DragonBoard 410c platform.

96Boards Team Amit Kuceria and Ricardo Salveti

Posted by Charbax – January 30, 2016

The team at Linaro with focus on 96boards are working to make it upstream friendly, better Quality Assurance, Validation, making the software more stable.

Focalmax Maxphone T1 with Naked Eye 3D Display,Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 MSM8996

Posted by Gennie – January 28, 2016

Focalmax present lots of interesting products on CES2016, including TI DLP PICO Projectors, Short-Throw TI DLP projectors, Naked eye 3D Smartphones, VR, Sports DV and Car navigation with transparent HUD display.
Focalmax maxphone T1 is the world's 1st Smartphone with 2K screen and Naked Eye 3D display. powered by 64bit Qualcomm snapdragon 820 MSM8996 Qualcomm® Kryo™ CPU with Adreno 530 GPU, 4GB RAM, 64GB Flash, comes with 5.5'' 2K display, 5M front camera and 8M 3D rear camera, with USB Type C and 3000mAH battery.

You can contact Focalmax here:
Fiona Du, Brand Manager
Fiona.du@focalmax.net

Qualcomm CES 2016 booth tour: Snapdragon 820, 820A, 802.11ad, 802.11ac, Windows Continuum and more

Posted by Charbax – January 25, 2016

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 is shown in a real phone in LeTV Le Max Pro, with Qualcomm saying that they have 80+ design wins for the Snapdragon 820 custom 64bit processor, now to be mass manufactured on Samsung's 14nm process technology. Qualcomm also shows their Snapdragon 820 Adreno 530 GPU demos showing off high-end graphics, virtual reality and new display technologies, also Qualcomm WSA8815 audio technology for better sound coming out of built-in speakers for the Smartphones and Tablets market. Scanning people in realtime using Project Tango type structured scanner, IR camera. Qualcomm shows IoT technologies, Qualcomm Vive 802.11ac WiFi with multi-user mimo. Microsoft Windows 10 running on ultra-cheap Qualcomm 210, 410, and Windows continuum extending the Windows 10 desktop from the phone through to the external display using USB Type-C. Qualcomm Atheros Multi-Gigabit 60Ghz Wi-Fi 802.11ad included with the Snapdragon 820 LeTV Le Max Pro Smartphone! Matterport 360 degre camera supported by Qualcomm Ventures and other startups demonstrated. Qualcomm launches Qualcomm 820A for the automitive market and the modular system to upgrade the ARM Processor and PCB of the car to make it future proof.

Qualcomm Open Source on Dragonboard 410c

Posted by Charbax – November 11, 2015

Qualcomm talks about their Open Source Software Strategy, getting upstream support in the Linux Kernel for the Qualcomm based Development Boards like the Dragonboard 410c. Supporting Linux, Android, supporting Freedreno the Open Source GPU driver for Qualcomm processors, working towards support of OpenCL and more.

Bluetimes BQC Fast Charging Power Bank, iThink Smart WiFi Camera

Posted by Gennie – October 20, 2015

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
sales1@ebluetimes.com
Skype : alexdou3

Open Source GPU driver Freedreno

Posted by Charbax – October 18, 2015

Bernhard Rosenkränzer on the Android team at Linaro and Rob Clark of Red Hat who works on the open source GPU driver called Freedreno for Qualcomm's ARM processors Adreno GPU. This open source GPU driver enables better open source software such as for example all kinds of Linux for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 powered Dragonboard 410c which I have filmed here: http://armdevices.net/?s=410c

Lattice USB Type-C SuperMHL for Smartphone productivity, high-speed data

Posted by Charbax – October 17, 2015

Lattice recently acquired Silicon Image, makers of MHL, here showing the awesome features of upcoming SuperMHL Smartphones with USB Type-C, where the one USB Type-C connector can transfer 4K video, audio and 5gbitps data over USB 3.1 standard. Here showing off the solution using a Qualcomm development kit and some demonstration boards made by Lattice to show off their SuperMHL processor. In the future output at up to 8K at 120fps will be possible. Charging will be ultra fast at up to 20volts and at up to 5A.