For those developers currently figuring out the best way to add 4K video technology input into their devices, tune in now. Inforce recently announced Inforce ACC-1S80, an accessory card used with Inforce Snapdragon™ 820 platforms to bring 4K video input in through dual MIPI-CSI.
When Snapdragon™ 820 was released, it was a huge step forward from the Snapdragon 810. The former had several issues, but Snapdragon 820 with its improved thermal performance coupled with Adreno 530 GPU offered an overall package that was much more appealing to the consumer. With its LPDDR4 RAM standard, it extended support to advanced capabilities like 4K Video at 60fps and DSLR like photography. Continue reading Healthcare Advancements with Snapdragon™ 820’s 4K Ultra HD Video
This month, Inforce announced a Linux build for the Micro SOM based development kit, Inforce 6601, and now we are providing a similar build for the single board computer based on Snapdragon 820, Inforce 6640. This beta release version 0.4 supports Debian Stretch and provides a desktop environment GUI using LXQt. This release has support for some exclusive features on Linux like MIPI-CSI preview stream, improved thermal performance, hardware accelerated H265 encode/decode, 4K HDMI output with audio coupled with a lot of other standard features. Continue reading Download Linux for your Inforce 6640 SBC