Effire shows their first prototype of the 64bit MediaTek MT8732 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53. Effire also shows mockups for the upcoming MediaTek MT8735 “cost-down” version of this 64bit processor which MediaTek is preparing also for release by the beginning of next year.
Ramos shows the first Exynos5260 Hexa Core (two ARM Cortex-A15 and four ARM Cortex-A7) Tablet Ramos X80 for $160 (in bulk), with more than 10hr battery life on 8″ FHD, 3G option, they have blue, yellow and black. 9.7″ S97 Exynos5260 Hexa Core to be on the market by the end of November. $170 Ramos K100 is MT6592 10.1″ FHD. Ramos sells their brand in China and most of their overseas sales are with OEM brand partners. Ramos works a lot with Intel doing a 7″ with 4500mAh, supports Windows or Android sold at $80 (probably with Intel’s subsidies). Ramos sells more than 100 thousand tablets per month. Also see my Tour at the Ramos Headquarters and PCB Design House in Shenzhen
You can contact Ramos here (please only contact if you’re a potential serious distributor):
Shenzhen Ramos Digital Technology, Co. Ltd.
Shelly Zhao, Over Seas Sales Dept, Senior Sales Manager email@example.com
Mobile: +86 13632698278
Phone: +86 755 33331009 http://www.ramos.com.cn
AAA Tablet PC Technology Co., Ltd. Factory located in Bao’an Shenzhen, shows around their 7 assembling lines, one full functions testing line, one incoming materials testing line, one packaging line. Daily capacity per line (depend on the size and complexity of product) can output 1200 -1500 pcs per line for a total of up to 200 thousand tablets per month in a peak period. With around 300 workers, 27 R&D engineers (15 for hardware, 12 for software), 5 SMT lines, Dust free workshop, IQC Room, QC room, Testing laboratory. With a USD$80 million Turnover last year, AAA manufactures from 4.3″ to 13.3″ Tablets, with WiFi to 3G/4G, Kid Pads, Game Pads, educational pads, from dual core, Quad core to Octa core. They supply to 25 countries around the world, Europe, South America and some Southeast Asia countries, Brazil, Croatia, Russia, Poland, Mexico, Canada, in the Middle East and more.
You can contact AAA Tablet PC here (please only contact them if you’re serious distributor):
AAA Tablet PC Technology Co., Ltd. Steven@3a-tabletpc.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven Mobile: +86 15807558952
Steven Phone: +86 755 23155051 ext. 607
Echo Mobile: +86 158 0755 8965
Echo Phone: +86 755 23155051 ext. 662
Address: Floor 6th, Block A7,Dongfang Jianfu Industrial zone,Gushu, Bao’an, Shenzhen city, China. http://3a-tabletpc.com
As an example of tablet innovation, Aikun shows their Solely tab S with a new very interesting Conductive Magnetic Charger technology on the back of the tablet to easily and quickly charge at full power (unlike wireless charging) and for transferring files at full USB speed. Aikun produces 1.3 Million tablets per year selling in over 50 countries through more than 350 distributors, with an annual turnover above $60 Million, Aikun is ramping up mass production of their 7″, 8″ and 10.1″ Voice Call Tablets on MediaTek quad-core MT8382 and octa-core MT6592.
To be ready for mass production from early November, Homido is a french/chinese company making a Virtual Reality Headset in which you can put any smartphone from 4″ to 5.7″, with 5″ being the optimum size they say see http://homido.com/compatibility/ The retail price is to be about $89/69€. The optics are from Taiwan they offer different lenses and a comfort adjustment. They will try to catch the Christmas season, they include 360 video playback software for Android and iOS, and some of the 360 video recording solutions such as the 3D Heroes adapter for 6 GoPros and other cheaper solutions doing it for cheaper.
You can contact Homido here (please only contact if you’re a serious distributor):
Mathieu Parmentier, co-founder email@example.com
Mobile: +33 676512477 http://homido.com
ICOO presents their cheapest tablets, starting at $24.9 for 10K order with RK3126 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 and $29.9 for dual-core MediaTek based 3G tablets (their website says it might be the old MT6577) Both are with 512MB of RAM, 1GB RAM costs $4 more. $45 for 9″, $47 for 10.1″ with RK3026 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9. A power bank starts at about $8. Watch my video filmed last year at the ICOO factory here: http://armdevices.net/2013/04/29/icoo-factory-tour/
You can contact ICOO here (please only contact if you are a serious distributor):
Shenzhen Icoo Electronics Technology Co Ltd
Rani Lin firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +86 13670014833
QQ: 315015945 http://www.aoicoo.com
Actions Semiconductor launches their ATM7059 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 with Android 5.0 Lollipop support, at 1.6Ghz on 28nm on UMC’s HLP 28nm process with a PowerVR SGX544 GPU, now showing ATM7059 samples in 10.1″ 1280×800 tablet samples and shipping the platform through mass production in the first month of 2015 with Android 5.0 Lollipop support. Actions then also teases their 64bit ARMv8 ARM Cortex-A50 series processor to be named ATM9xxx and to be released before the end of the year. Actions launches a low-cost sub-$100 ActDuino S200 development board based on the ATM7029B, with the ActDuino S500 to be released next month based on the ATM7059.
Rockchip XMM6321 is the XG632 dual-core ARM Cortex-A5 chip with the AG620 baseband chip from Intel’s Infineon division making ARM with Rockchip for an entry level 3G 2-chip solution, for sub-$30 entry level 3G Rockchip phones, sub-$40 entry level 3G Rockchip Tablets, the 3G baseband part supplied by Intel and this ARM Processor manufactured in Intel’s Fab in 28nm (I think perhaps it’s designed by Rockchip with Intel’s baseband and made at TSMC). Rockchip also designs a 4G LTE module for RK3288 with the Ericsson LM80x. Comming soon before the end of the year will also be One-chip ARM solutions by Rockchip made by Intel with on-die LTE support based on Intel’s Sofia baseband.