Full HD Video Recording for Mobile Phones soon possible ~ Cell Phone Reviews

Full HD Video Recording for Mobile Phones soon possible


Written on 5/06/2009 12:45:00 PM by poison_ivy

Renesas Technology Corp., a Japanese semiconductor company, has announced a SH-MobileHD1 application processor called SH7370. According to the company, the SH7370 is the first product in the industry that will be able to deliver full HD video recording and playback for mobile phones.

The application processor supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC video compression standard at 1080p video resolution at 30fps. This processor has two 24 bit dedicated DSPs that can lighten audio processing and reduce power consumption which means that it can support Dolby Digital and 5.1 channel audio. Plus the processor includes an interface that supports connection to HDMI.

Currently, mobile phones can only support 720p video recording and playback as demonstrated by the Samsung i8910 and the soon to be released HTC Superstar. Renesas says that there are already orders for the chip. So, am I seeing an Omnia HD II in the future? Hell, yeah!

Via: TechON

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