Mr Constantí Serrallonga is General Managar at FIRA, the trade fair organization that was responsible for Mobile World Congress 2016. He discusses footfalls at the event, with over 100,000 people having attended, and future possibilities of the organization. The show has changed venues to Fira Gran Via after being hosted at Fira Montjuïc earlier, which was built in 1929.
China-based Quality Industrial manufactures a range of smartphones, also on display here. The highlight is the flagship 3D model, which features a 6” 1080p screen that allows playing of 3D content without having to use glasses. It runs on MediaTek MTK6752VL which uses ARM Cortex-A53 architecture at 2 GHz. The phone ships with Android 5.1. It has 13 MP rear and 5MP front camera which shoots 3D pictures using only a single sensor, taking multiple shots for depth.It costs US$175.
The Panasonic Nubo shown here is a surveillance camera that shoots 1080p video and broadcasts it over WiFi or Vodafone’s LTE network in Europe. The camera accommodates a SIM card to use this feature and is powered over microUSB, meaning it can be connected to power banks for places that lack power sources. The camera comes with 4 data plans measured in terms of “mobile events” – periods of detected activity which initiate the actual recording of the video stream for the next 30 seconds. A separate magnetic Nubo Mount is sold.
The Oppo N3 is a smartphone with a swiveling camera above the screen that rotates through a motor, as demonstrated here. This allows one to use the same camera for the front and the back, as well as the flash. The phone runs Oppo’s ColorOS built on top of Android v4.4 KitKat. It features a Snapdragon 801 chipset with 5.5” 1080p display, 32GB of onboard expandable storage, 2GB RAM, and a fixed 3000mAh battery.
IEEE demonstrates here their VR demo, that puts three players in an environment that resembles Mars. The concept is meant to demonstrate the capabilities of VR and is developed with GlobalCore. The Mars Rover game is developed using the Unity game engine, and the VR headsets used are Oculus Rift DK2 units. The players interact with the environment using a thruster and a joystick.
ZED Haidiyun presents their Rockchip RK3128 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 based Point-of-sale tablets, with 1GB RAM, 8GB Flash, running Android and their customized Restaurant ordering system UI as an app. The specialized POS tablet costs about $105, with compatible waiter vibrating wristbands at $10 each for instant notifications of orders placed and of calling of waiter with displaying of table number. Haidiyun is right now selling their solution at about 10 thousand pieces per month, mostly selling in China and expanding now to worldwide.
Distributors can contact ZED Haidiyun here:
David Lee, Director
Mobile:+86 139 2460 2698
Here is the design house tour of Chiptrip located in Nanshan, Shenzhen, China. Chiptrip is Rokchip cooperated design house for TV Box, tablets, POS and more. With 60 engineers at hardware, software, mechanical, testing etc
Chiptrip also shows the PCBA layout of the Rockchip RK3399 TV Box will be mass production around Q4 2016.
You can contact Chiptrip here:
Alley, Overseas Sales
YUKO Tech is a VR all-in-1 headset, tablets, smart phone design house based on Rockchip, Intel, MediaTek SoCs, with 40 engineers and 100K production capacity each month.
YUKO shows the prototype of VR all-in-one headsets on RK3399 will be mass production in Q4 2016.
You can contact YUKO here:
Sunny Wang, Sales Director
Zoomtak T8U is an Android TV Box powered by Amlogic S905 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, 2GB RAM, 16GB eMMC on board, runs Android5.1 Lollipop, it comes with Dual-band 2.4G and 5G WiFi, Gigabit Lan, support build-in 2.5’’HDD up to 3TB. Zoomtak T8U offers easily access from IR remote, support 4-color keys to open Kodi, Apps, Storage, Web.
You can contact Zoomtak here:
Shenzhen Zoomtak Electronics Co., Ltd.
Joanna, Sales Director
Tel: +86 755 2903 3689
Mob: +86 135 3809 8986
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