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Samsung's mobile products will feature house-made CPU core and shows with 560ppi soon. This shows up throughout presentation business conference call, in which the company's executive team spoke by what is coming up next.

The move of CPU core production internally is a particularly significant change for Samsung, as presently, their chipsets feature CPU cores licensed from ARM. It will likely be accomplished in 2-steps - Samsung will first develop 64-bit cores according to ARM designs after which proceed to its very own.

Mobile shows were another hot subject of conversation throughout the analyst event. The coming year, Samsung will out RGB AMOLED shows having a pixel density of 560ppi. Combined with specific WQHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels), these pixel density points in a display having a 5.25" diagonal coming our way (quite sufficient for any Samsung Universe S5 we'd say).

In addition, Samsung will out mobile products with 4K shows in 2015. Having a resolution of three,840 x 2,160 pixels, individuals screens will represent an enormous leap in comparison towards the 1080p models that are popular today.


Source: Samsung Analyst Day


According to The Financial Times, Google Glass will be initially made in the United States to ensure that they will be perfectly built. This is quite a feat as Google does not stand to earn as much out of selling such Google Glasses because of higher costs of manufacturing. A Foxconn plant in Santa Clara, California will do the production.

Some of the possible reasons for Google's move could be to prevent the Google Glass from being copied in its maiden production and to ensure that they will keep an eye on things to maintain perfection.

After the first batch of Santa Clara production, Google may actually decide to look to overseas production if it were found to be successful. However, this is still tentative as the Google Glass is expected to lure in a specific market and only a few will likely want to have the device, compared to smartphones, that is. If it becomes successful, then we just might see the device getting manufactured elsewhere outside the US. This will also mean that it will become more affordable. We're hoping.

Source: Financial Times


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