Un teléfono móvil se vende casi tres veces más caro de lo que cuesta fabricarlo, atendiendo al coste de todos los componentes que integran estos dispositivos, desde la batería o la cámara hasta el sistema operativo que permite que funcionen las aplicaciones.
A mobile phone is sold almost three times more expensive than it costs to manufacture it, taking into account the cost of all the components that make up these devices, from the battery or camera to the operating system that allows applications to work.
Sunday will be the first round of tariffs. Almost monthly through the end of the year, the government plans to impose additional tariffs on different items.
DPReview's review of the Fujifilm GFX 100 medium format camera shows the consequences of having dead pixels whose space is used for phase detection autofocus (PDAF) modules
Posted: August 29, 2019 The fan-In WLP market expected to grow at a steady rate; from $2.9B in 2018 to $4.4B by 2024, at 6.5% CAGR. One of the recent contributors to this market is Deca Technologies, whose M-Series fan-out wafer-level packaging (FOWLP) technology has been adopted by Qualcomm in
Posted: August 14, 2019 Contributing Authors: Sinjin Dixon-Warren, PhD Introduction AC Adapters are a constant reminder that the mobile devices that we have come to love are not quite as mobile as we would like to think. Every single mobile device needs to regularly revisit an AC Adapter to recharge
Posted: August, 2019 Stay up to date with the latest news and updates from TechInsights Subscribe This month’s newsletter includes recent pieces about MMwave technology, the next generation of DDR4 devices, the use of SiC and GaN in efficient high-power AC adapters, and a 4-part series on the state
2019 is the year that we have seen the 5G smartphones start to take off. TechInsights posted a blog of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G teardown in April, which was the world’s first 5G mobile handset in Korea. The Galaxy S10 5G SM-G977N is based on Samsung’s own chipset, i.e., Exynos 9820 Application
4-Part Blog Series: The state of the art of smartphone imagers Part 4: Non-Bayer CFA, Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) Posted: July 30, 2019 Contributing Author: Ray Fontaine Content adapted from TechInsights’ paper for the International Image Sensors Workshop (IISW) 2019 This blog series is
4-Part Blog Series: The state of the art of smartphone imagers Part 3: Back-Illuminated Active Si Thickness, Deep Trench Isolation (DTI) Posted: July 23, 2019 Contributing Author: Ray Fontaine Content adapted from TechInsights’ paper for the International Image Sensors Workshop (IISW) 2019 Blog
Posted: July 22, 2019 According to BIS Research, the automotive LiDAR market was estimated at $353M USD in 2017, and is anticipated to reach $8.32B by 2028. The LiDAR market is set to become one of the most competitive segments of the automotive industry. LiDAR manufacturers, automotive OEMs, and
4-Part Blog Series: The state of the art of smartphone imagers Part 2: Pixel Scaling and Scaling Enablers Posted: July 16, 2019 Contributing Author: Ray Fontaine Content adapted from TechInsights’ paper for the International Image Sensors Workshop (IISW) 2019 Blog outline of the talk was structured