Hey! Want a 4K Android or Windows 10 Mobile tablet with a 21-megapixel camera on the back and a 13-megapixel selfie shooter? How about front facing speakers? 802.11 ad Wi-Fi (utilizing 60GHz band streams)? Temperature sensor, heart rate sensor, all kinds of go-okay, you’ve read the headline, let’s cut to the chase.
If you’re really into hacking things up for your own personal gain, go ahead and see if you can pick up Qualcomm’s new Mobile Development Platform Smartphone and/or Tablet. Both are run by a Snapdragon 820 with all the goodies inside of it — the Adreno 520 GPU and the Hexagon 680 DSP.
If you’re wondering about the main specs of the smartphone, there’s worryingly no mention of the X12 LTE modem on-board (Qualcomm would want to boast about it, right?). We assume it’s activated, but who knows? A 6.2-inch quad HD screen is in place of the larger one. It also comes with Qualcomm’s Sense ID ultrasonic fingerprint sensor — the first application of the technology be it consumer-end or not.
The phone and tablet come with 64GB of internal storage. An oddity for both phones, though — they come with 3GB of RAM and only support Quick Charge 2.0, not the more intelligent 3.0 standard.
Qualcomm is making both kits available on Intrinsyc for purchase, though it seems that sales have not started just yet. We urge you to look through the stats yourself at the source link.