Qualcomm launches their Snapdragon 810 APQ8094 octa-core with Quad ARM Cortex-A57 and Quad ARM Cortex-A53 in big.LITTLE. This development board has USB 3, USB 2, HDMI, UFS, audio, bluetooth antennas, GPS antennas, seria ATA, PCI Express, etc. You can read more about it here: http://shop.intrinsyc.com/products/dragonboard-development-kit-based-on-the-qualcomm-snapdragon-810-apq8094-processor
Build on the most suitable devolopment board
If you’re enthusiastic to create and raring to go… hold out a second. There is something that you have to do firstly – pick a development board. Many of the electronics projects created in the maker movement are built on a development board and deciding on the right one could be a hard task, in particular when you’re having their first go the topic and are not aware of what the board does. Essentially, a development board is a PC board or a mini PC that gets your electronics project up and going.
There are various kinds of development boards obtainable – from microcontroller-based boards to System on Chip (SOC) to single-board computers (SBC) to purpose-built boards with Bluetooth and WiFi.
Don’t fry your minds just yet, this can be basic.
KakiDIY creator Johnson Lam states that the Raspberry Pi and Arduino are the favourite development boards by the producers in Malaysia. The’re a great many variants of these boards – both of them originally designed as educational tools – and the prices fluctuate. They are offered online and at PC shops.