Who says you can’t have a power-conscious mobile phone with HD-quality video recording, 3D graphics, and a 12 megapixel camera? Broadcom’s new VideoCore III chipset doesn’t just make your mobile phone a multimedia powerhouse – it does it all while keeping power consumption on par with current technology.
The new chipset from the Califronia-based chip-maker represents a “triple-play” in the mobile chipset business – HD video, 3D gaming, and super-high megapixel counts. Mark Casey, Vice President and General Manager of Broadcom’s Mobile Multimedia said, “VideoCore III raises the bar for mobile multimedia, and for the first time, enables a high definition mobile user experience.”
The VideoCore III technology not only allows for high-end multimedia on the mobile phone itself, but also allows for true HD video to be viewed on an external source, via the on-chip HDMI interface.
Way to go Broadcom. We can’t wait to get our hands on an HD gaming phone with a 12 megapixel camera – all in a slim profile with good battery life. Imagine, and HD camcorder and a 12 megapixel camera in the palm of your hand. That’s cool.