Dafong is a Chinese company that makes Android tablets. These Android tablet are primarly powered by Allwinner, Rockchip and Mediatek chipsets. A 7inch Allwinner A23 tablet costs around $42. Android tablet with 7.85inch 1024 x 768 resolution IPS screen and supposedly powered by Intel chipset costs around $86. Another new tablet from Dafong has 7.85inch 1024 x 768 resolution IPS screen and Allwinner A31S quad-core CPU. For prices and availability you have to contact Dafong. Dafong factory has more than 350 workers and they sell around 200K units per month.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014
Firstview is showing some interesting devices, one is their 11.6" Rockchip RK3188 based Touch-screen Ultrabook, selling at $160 in bulk, the other is their $155 (bulk) 9" FHD RK3188 Tablet with built-in 4G LTE. They also have $110 MediaTek 9.7", 10.1", 8" IPS and more. They can manufacture about 1500 tablets per day with 800 people in their factory. And the $160 MT6592 FHD large phone.
Topwise uses IPS + OGS Touch Panels for high-end, 5" qHD/720p/FHD using the Broadcom BCM23550 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Broadcom's VideoCore425 GPU. Broadcom comes with dual-WiFi 5Ghz and using Broadcom's modem. Topwise also shows the 3G single-core Spreadtrum SC7715 single-core ARM Cortex-A7, perhaps the cheapest 3G phone in the world. Topwise ships 800K phones per month with more than 1300 people in their factory. They also have the EDGE Spreadtrum SC6925C single core ARM Cortex-A5. Topwise also uses Broadcom BCM23550 in their 3G dual-sim Tablet with 1024x600 IPS 1GB/8GB. Broadcom thus here shows with Topwise how they are trying to aggressively compete with MediaTek for the entry-level Smartphone market, providing strong multi-core performance with some advanced SoC features integrated.
Goclever shows their latest Intel powered ipad-mini style tablet, the INSIGNIA 785 PRO. The INSIGNIA 785 PRO is powered by a 2.0Ghz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 CPU, has a 7.85" 1024 x 768 resolution IPS display and costs 199 euro. The other Goclever Intel tablet introduced in this video is an 10.1" tablet powered by Intel Processor. The tablet comes with a magnetic detachable origami-style case with keyboard and touchpad.
Zivi is a ShenZhen based company that makes smartphones and tablets. Zivi 3.5inch, mt6572 dual-core costs $36 for MOQ 10K. One of hottest products for the moment is their octa-core smartphone with 5inch FHD screen sold for $118. They are showing here their Broadcom line. There are a bunch of cost-efficient smartphones and tablets in different sizes powered by Broadcom chipsets. Zivi sells around 300,000 to 500,000 units per month.
Luckystar shows their latest tablets. A Luckystar 3G tablet with 7.85inch IPS display, 1Gb of RAM and powered by Mediatek MTK8382 quad-core CPU costs around $109. The tablet comes in different colors and has 8Gb of internal storage expendable by SD Card. Another new Luckystar successful tablet has a 9.7inch Retina IPS display, 2Gb of RAM and powered by Rockchip RK3188 quad-core CPU. This tablet has 16Gb of internal storage expendable by SD Card. This tablet with the 3G calling function costs $158 and without 3G calling function costs $138. Luckystar sells more than 300k devices per month. You can also watch my 40-minute tour at the Luckystar factory here.
AmLogic shows off their new Quad-core ARM Cortex-A5 processors, optimized for lower power consumption and still providing high multimedia support. In this videos, AmLogic is showing their new M805, S805 and M806. They have been developing their new generations of chipsets by optimizing performance and reducing power consumption. AmLogic uses this technology to be used in future devices to offer more efficiency and productivity. Difference between the 805 and 806 is that the 805 has MIPI-DSI support and the 806 has TTL support. The M series may be used in tablet and other mobile devices while the S series can be used in devices such as Android Boxes and Hdmi Sticks. Here at the booth, AmLogic is showing some devices for reference showing where their semiconductor solution can be used such as Set-up Boxes, Hdmi Sticks, Android Smart TVs, Android Tablets, Smartphones and AIO computers which most of them are running Android KitKat at the moment. AmLogic might work in future with Chrome OS because they have bought the proper licenses.
Booth tour at the MediaTek booth featuring their upcoming MT6595 with ARM Cortex-A17, the already available MT8135 big.LITTLE, this video also features MT5327 (4K TV Box), MT8639 (Miracast dongle), and the MT6592 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 already in full mass distribution worldwide.