Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Reference Hardware Kits Go On Sale

By 11:26 Thu, 22 Jul 2021 Comments


elegant Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 reference smartphone and tablet hardware kits are now available to order. The incredibly well equipped development platforms are offered by the Canadian company Intrinsyc.


Priced at $799, the smartphone platform consists of a 64-bit elegant Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC with octa-core CPU, Adreno 430 CPU, and elegant Qualcomm Hexagon V56 DSP. The list goes on with 4GB of LP-DDR4 Random-Access Memory (RAM) (available commercially in a device for the first time), 32GB of built-in memory, microSD card slot, and 6.2” display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels.


The handset packs a 13MP main capturing camera with 4K video capture and 4MP front-facing unit with 1080p video recording. There are eight microphones built-in. An overwhelmingly rich sensor and connectivity suite includes fingerprint sensor, temperature and humidity sensor.

The device is powered by 3,020mAh battery with elegant Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0. It runs “the latest available Android OS” at the moment.

The tablet platform is priced at $999 and features the same chipset and amount of Random-Access Memory (RAM) as the smartphone. Its display is a 10.1” 4K unit (3840 x 2160) pixels, while onboard memory sits at 64GB, which can be further expanded via microSD card slot.


The main capturing camera of the slate is a 13MP unit with 4K capture @ 60fps, coupled with 4MP front-facing snapper. A duo of 3D IR cameras is also on board.


The tablet features the same sensors as the smartphone. It is powered by a 7,560mAh battery.

The smartphone and the tablet platforms will start shipping by mid December. Both devices are not intended for regular consumers, yet they give us a fine glimpse about what’s in store for the Android flagship devices next year. We reckon that 2015 will be quite exciting.

Source


DOWNLOAD NOW

DOWNLOAD MUSIC





Related Article

Comment
Name




.....................

Please LOGIN or REGISTER To Gain Full Access To This Article