All the latest tablet and smartphones in the market are more or less bound by one single thread, the presence of a powerful Snapdragon chipset. However, what i fwe told you that the power inside those devices is nothing compared to a Snapdragon 805 developer tablet that could arrive later this month? Exciting, huh?
As of now, manufacturer Intrinsyc is taking orders for a Mobile Development Platform Tablet (MDP/T) for Qualcomm's next 32-bit chipset, dubbed the Snapdragon 805. However, if you are already considering housing one of these babies later down the line, let us tell you that the tablet isn't made to be a consumer device.
The reason it has been called a Development Tablet is because the average user won't even know what to do with half of the technology that has been fitted inside this powerhouse of a tablet.
As far as device specs are concerned, it seems like compared to the others in the market, the device sports a grand specs that could create major problems for all others in the market.
The specifications include a 10-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 3GB of RAM, 64GB storage (with microSD expansion - although it comes with an 8GB card), and a 13MP main camera.
Up front, apart from a 2MP front-facing snapper, there is also a pair of dedicated cameras for capturing 3D in-air gesture input, that will be helped out by an IR light source. And while there's even support for an ultrasonic stylus, the only downside to the tablet is its small 3400mAh battery.
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Check out the full list of benefits of the tablet below:
- Provides early access to one of the newest Snapdragon processor before it is available in commercial devices
- Includes exclusive power and performance profiling software
- Embedded power measurement circuitry for per-rail power display
- Hardware-based HEVC (H.265) video decoding
- Support for Hollywood-quality video post processing
- Dual front-facing 3D cameras can recognize gestures
- 13MP camera capable of 4K Ultra HD video recording
- Qualcomm VIVE 802.11ac Wi-Fi support (two stream, dual band)
- Ultrasound pen and gesture support