Skyworth releases their dual 2K OLED display VR headset powered by Rockchip RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 with Mali-T760 GPU. It's ready for high pixel density VR video, for example with more than twice the pixel density compared with using VR of a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with Samsung Gear VR. This Skyworth VR headset costs about $600 as the bulk factory price with a minimum order of 1K.
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Ubuntu is being used around the world, on servers, to power the cloud, switches, routers, base stations and Snappy Ubuntu works on drones, robots and more for the IoT world. Snappy 3.0 will be on Ubuntu 16.04. Ubuntu also shows off Ubuntu on Smartphones, Tablets, and their Nexus 4 showing convergence running "the same" Ubuntu on the phone and on the external display as a dekstop. Check back for my Ubuntu booth tour video coming up.
Phoenix OS Android UI for Productivity on Alcatel OneTouch Xess 17.3″ All-in-One 64bit Octa-core MT8783
Alcatel OneTouch Xess is an All-in-One big screen tablet BigTablet to function as an Android computer for family home use, it comes with 17.3’’ Full HD 1080p IPS display and 10 point capacitive touch, powered by MediaTek MT8783 64bit Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with ARM Mali-T720 GPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, with 10000mAh battery the battery life is up to 6 hours doing Full HD video playback, with front 5MP camera, 3-watt JBL stereo speakers, dual microphones. There is a hiden pop-up dock in the back with USB and earphone port, and a nice stainless adjustable carrying handle and multi-angle stand, supports gesture control using the front camera for kitchen use. Alcatel OneTouch Xess runs a windows-like GUI on Android 5.1 called Phoenix OS developed by a team in Beijing, ARMdevices.net also published similar Android UI in Remix OS and the Rockchip LightBizOS
Cavium ThunderX 64bit 48-core ARM Server enabling the 5G mobile future, next gen cloud/datacenter and NFV
Cavium’s ThunderX 48-core ARMv8 64bit SoC is being implemented in dozens of ARM Server designs, by partners as Pegatron, Asus, Mitac, Gigabyte, Wiwynn, Acer and even for for super computing by E4 and Cray. Cavium and their software partners have optimized their ARM Server platform for variety of workloads, including NFV (Network Function Virtualization), Cloud RAN (Radio Access Network) for Virtualizing the access network, moving all the physical base stations to the cloud, which will save the industry a lot of money, hyperscale datacenter, web hosting like RunAbove (a subsidiary of OVH) at https://www.runabove.com/armcloud.xml, Ceph storage clusters. This can only be done using ARM and Cavium ThunderX SoC processors, providing a much better TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and efficient alternative to Intel x86. Cavium and partners, as Linaro and the open source community also are showing progress in the OPNFV, OpenStack, ODP (Open Data Plane), DPDK, fd.io, etc. for the networking and telecom industry.
ARM Cortex-A32 is the most power efficient 32bit processor, 25% more efficient than ARM Cortex-A7 (performance per mW) in the same process node. ARM Cortex-A32 takes advantage of the ARMv8-A instruction set, it is designed to be the smallest, lowest-power 32bit processor to bring efficiency and architectural improvements to next generation rich embedded 32bit applications, to drive innovation across diverse embedded markets including wearables, consumer, industrial, and IoT. You can read more about it at: https://www.arm.com/products/processors/cortex-a/cortex-a32-processor.php
SONY release the new XPERA family member XPERA Eye at MWC2016, it comes with a tiny and light design, you can even attach it to your T-shirt! It support 180degree 4K video recording and facial and voice detection to capture pictures, but battery life is only 1 hour.
Seshu Madhavapeddy, VP of Product Management, responsible for the mobile compute product line at Qualcomm shows us a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 Powered Tablet, it's an octa-core quad ARM Cortex-A72 and quad ARM Cortex-A53 on 28nm process node, with Cat6 LTE. The Qualcomm SD652 based tablet is now fully mass produced on the market, can be sold through different brands, with better specs at half the price of the iPad mini. It also features Immersive Audio for 3D audio and Adaptive Display that adjusts the color palette based on the light situation significantly improving the video playback quality, what Qualcomm calls the Tablet Home Theatre on the go experience. You can read more about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 here: https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon/processors/652
Zopo Speed 8 is to be one of the world's 1st 10-core Smart Phones to be shipped powered by MediaTek Helio X20 deca-core, dual ARM Cortex-A72, quad ARM Cortex-A53 at 2Ghz and quad ARM Cortex-A53 at 1.4Ghz, 5.5" 1080p IPS display, 4GB RAM, 32GB Flash, runs Android 6 Marshmallow, features a 21MP rear camera with a SONY IMX230 sensor and dual LED flash, a 8MP front camera with own LED Flash, supports finger-print authentication, comes with USB Type-C and 3600mAh battery with up to 10-hour talking time or 5days standby. Zopo presents Speed 8 with the MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo.
Some highlights of the Samsung MWC 2016 press conference, launching Samsung Gear 360, S7 and S7 Edge, with also a special appearance by Mark Zuckerberg. You can also see the full official video of this event here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6KeASdz2AI
ARM announces ARM Cortex-R8, twice the performance of ARM Cortex-R7. This means we are going to get faster modems for 5G, faster hard drives and many other things that require a faster realtime processor. You can read more about ARM Cortex-R8 here: https://www.arm.com/products/processors/cortex-r/cortex-r8-processor.php