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Creative/ZiiLabs is Jumping into the Smartphone Arena with Trinity
ZiiLabs, a subsidiary of Creative has announced Trinity, a next generation smartphone platform for Android and Plazma OS. From the press release:
"ZiiLABS, a cutting-edge media processor and platforms company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Creative Technology Ltd., today announced Zii TRINITY, a complete 3.5G/4G Smart Phone and development platform supporting the Optimized Android and native Linux®-based Plaszma operating systems. The Zii TRINITY delivers superior High Definition 1080p video output and accelerated 3D graphics to enable OEMs and ODMs to quickly and cost effectively bring differentiated Android and Plaszma based solutions to market. Superior multi-format media processing is enabled by ZiiLABS' StemCell Computing array which lies at the heart of ZiiLABS'
ZMS-05 and ZMS-08 media-rich applications processors, offloading the ARM® CPU to deliver the low-power, high performance media-rich processing required of next-generation mobile devices. Accelerated OpenGL ES 3D graphics enable developers to create rich 3D experiences in the form of enhanced user interfaces, games and pedestrian navigation."
Features of the Zii TRINITY 3.5G Concept Phone
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Tri-band WCDMA, HSDPA Cat 8 at 7.2mbps
- Full featured platform featuring ZMS-05 StemCell Processor
- Linux-based Zii Optimized Android and Plaszma Support
- Accelerated OpenGL ES 3D Graphics, Video and Imaging
- 3.1" 480x800 16M colour Active Matrix OLED with capacitive multi-touch
- Mini HDMI port for 1080p video output
- Xtreme Fidelity#8482 X-Fi audio technology
- 5M pixel rear facing, auto-focus camera
- VGA forward facing camera for video conferencing
- USB 2.0 Micro port for connectivity and charging
- MicroSD storage expansion and SIM card slots
- 256MB low-power DDR memory
- Integrated Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR and Hardware GPS
- Composite Video output
- 1130mAH lithium polymer battery
Some of these specs sound amazing, I am very interested to see how they do with this and what devices pop up here in the US.
^That and what it going to look like? Those are some impressive specs but putting them into a small device is another story.
Edit* Here is a link to what the device may look like?
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Last edited by srl7741; 12-01-2009 at 08:29 PM.
Its gonna be like the iPhone with Android but way better.