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Qualcomm has a 12-inches UHD Samsung tablet prototype to demo

The United States planted, global manufacturer for semiconductors and the company that designs and markets wireless telecommunication equipments and services, Qualcomm Incorporated has been demonstrating the LTE Broadcasting, during the French Open event, at Roland Garros in Paris, France.

Okay folks, if you don't find anything interesting in that, well the company has been using a Samsung prototype device or tablet, which almost looks like any other new generation slates from the manufacturer available in the markets presently. What we are talking about, here is the Ultra High Definition screen, also known as 4K UHD display on board of this new exclusive prototype build. The Americans were reportedly demoing the LTE Broadcasting capabilities on the tablet, where the video was being streamed in 720p HD quality. The representative from the firm was able to pull other additional windows over the top of the playing video (as seen from the above picture), showing-off the actual clarity on screen, as read from techradar.

Unfortunately, the internal specifications of the slate was not shared by the company, but techradar was able to confirm that this tablet is running over Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 processor. The company's Senior Vice President of Product Management Raj Talluri, added that, this kind of 4K UHD screened tablets will be out officially before this year comes to an end.

It is also said that, once we such tablets coming to the consumer markets, it will ship with Qualcomm's new 805 processor, than the current 801 we see from the above and below device. Those are also suggested to pack special 4K features like video upscaling and introduction of new video format, HEVC or High Efficiency Video Coding, which will compress your data twice compared to AVC or Advanced Video Coding.

Source: techradar