Here's Eva at the Allwinner booth announcing the launch of the new Allwinner A23 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Mali-400MP2 GPU, they claim it to be the most efficient dual-core in the world. The new Allwinner A23 offers lower power consumption, better performance and a lower more optimized cost compared to the previous Allwinner A20. Allwinner products support Android up to version 4.2.2 with 4.3 coming later. The A23 will be mass produced in October to be shown in devices here on ARMdevices.net in the weeks to come. Allwinner claims to be the largest producer of ARM SoCs for tablets in the world.
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Qualcomm shows off their new Mirasol for smartwatch prototype, the Qualcomm Toq, they are releasing a few hundred "good yield" smartwatches to some limited amount of people who will be able to order, pre-order it online. Does this mean the Qualcomm Mirasol screen can be mass produced? Qualcomm does say that this smartwatch prototype is only going to be released in a limited amount to a limited amount of people.
More information at: http://toq.qualcomm.com/
Alcatel One Touch Idol X is a 5" 1080p IPS with super narrow bezel, 0.8" thick, 110 grams, MediaTek MT6589T 1.5Ghz, HSPA+, 13MP camera with custom Android UI. Price is to be around 300-400€ in Europe depending on the market, perhaps $300-400 in the USA.
Alcatel One Touch launches Idol S an LTE-capable 4.7" 1280x720 phone using Qualcomm processor, and the Alcatel One Touch Idol Mini is ultra-cheap 4.3" WVGA on the MediaTek MT6572.
Alcatel One Touch shows their entry-level range of smartphones, starting with C1 HVGA 3.5", C3 4" WVGA, then C5 4.5" and even the C7 5" Full HD MT6589 phone. The price range of the Alcatel One Touch Pop C-series should be among the most affordable on the European market when they get released.
Here's a cheap Allwinner A20 1024x600 tablet being sold by Luckystar Aoson for $53 each in bulk.
Luckystar Aoson Contact information (please only contact them if you are serious about buying a bulk of minimum 1000 pieces) (please tell them you watched the video):
The first product shown is a 7" 1024x600 tablet with an unspecified dual core MTK processor, built in 3g and storage options up to 32gb. The next tablet shown is a 10.1" 1280x800 tablet with an unspecified dual core process (presumably from MTK). Wexler also makes a Tegra 2 based tablet with a 7" IPS screen and storage up to 32gb. Wexler's latest 7" tablet has a Tegra 4 processor. Wexler also makes tablets for airlines. Wexler's new product category was a smartphone. Wexler's smartphone has a 5" full HD screen, Quad Core Mediatek Processor, 13mp camera, and dual sim functionality. Wexler also sells a flexible unbreakable e-reader. Wexler doesn't give away the bulk or retail pricing of any of their products. Wexler sells their products mostly in Eastern Europe.
Henry goes and sees LG Latest products such as mobile products including the LG GPAD and LG G2. Henry also looks at LG TV products such as the TV covered wall and as well various kinds of 4K and 3D televisions. You can subscribe to Henry's own YouTube channel at: http://youtube.com/TechToThePeopleVideo and watch his other IFA Booth Tour videos:
Henry's Samsung IFA 2013 Booth Tour
Henry’s Toshiba IFA 2013 Booth Tour
Archos 50 Oxygen is the high-end MT6589T 5" 1080p IPS phone from Archos, featuring two cameras, a 5mp camera on the front and a 13mp camera with dual LED Flash on the back. The targeted retail price is around $350€.
Archos shows latest products in their platinum range. The Archos 97 platinum features 2048x1536 IPS screen "exactly the same as in the latest iPad". The Archos platinum range also has dual band wifi, a Quad Core RK3188 processor clocked at 1.6ghz with 2GB RAM. The Archos Platinum range has a aluminium shells rather than plastic. The 97 platinum will be priced in retail at around $300€. Archos platinum range also comes in 8" (I think $200€ maybe $150€) and 10.1" (probably at $250€).