Ramos shows tons of interesting new tablets here in Hong Kong. They are one of the first with an Exynos 4412 quad-core tablet, one of the first with the new Actions ATM7029 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor and here also one of the first to show a Dual-core RK3066 with a 2048×1536 IPS screen. As far as I think I have heard, those are all to be sold at around $160 in bulk.
Phil Rogers, President of the HSA Foundation (Heterogeneous System Architecture) comprising members ARM, AMD, Imagination Technologies, MediaTek, Samsung Electronics and Texas Instruments, at IFA is announcing new members Apical, Arteris, MulticoreWare, Sonics, Symbio and Vivante talks about The Next Era of Computing Innovation including the demonstration of a range of use cases for a standard to optimize the use of CPU and GPU to accelerate the performance of applications on devices and in the cloud.
Shenzhen ZhongXiang Technology Co Ltd demonstrates their latest quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 based PCB which they put in their tablets, they have 8″, 9.7″ and they are making 7″ and other sizes. They can also make PCBs with the new 32nm dual-core Exynos 4212 processor. This Shenzhen PCB Design House basically is able to provide the worlds fastest ARM Processor in their own tablet tooling or for any tablet maker in Shenzhen or worldwide to integrate.
World First Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 Android point and shoot camera! This is the camera of the future, instantly upload and spread all your pictures and videos to the web with built-in WiFi, 3G and 4G connectivity, full Android supporting all Android apps for picture and video sharing. The price may be high.
New 5.5″ Super AMOLED HD screen, new Quad-core Exynos4412 processor, battery life may be ok, stylus features can be fun or useful depending on what you want or need to do. Here I compare it with my Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
It’s the dual-core Samsung Exynos 5 that can be clocked up to 1.7Ghz with the quad-core Mali-T604 GPU. Zach Honig of Engadget writes:
ARM says its working with eight manufacturers to get the licensed tech to market as early as Q3
I think the word “market” is meant as the B2B market not yet the B2C one. I don’t think they mean consumers can buy ARM Cortex-A15 with Mali-T604 in devices already in Q3, I think they probably mean that manufacturers can buy early samples of Exynos5 with Mali-T604 in Q3 and more likely start selling mass produced devices to consumers not before next year. But who knows? Could Mali-T604 be ready to ship in ARM devices before the end of the year already?