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LG intègre la technologie SlimPort d'Analogix dans son smartphone Optimus G Pro

Mobile World Congress 2013 - Analogix® Semiconductor, le leader du marché des solutions DisplayPort, a annoncé qu'après le Nexus 4 de Google, le smartphone Optimus Pro G devient le prochain périphérique compatible SlimPort de LG et assurera une aisance de connectivité avec les téléviseurs HDMI, les projecteurs VGA et les moniteurs DisplayPort.

« Avec SlimPort, LG est en mesure de fournir une fonctionnalité sans précédent à moindre coût, en raison de son design épuré et de son connecteur USB standard », a déclaré le Dr Ramchan Woo, chef de la division des plates-formes de téléphones intelligents chez LG Mobile Communications Company. « SlimPort libère le contenu Internet du smartphone Optimus Pro G, permettant ainsi de partager et d'apprécier en toute aisance des vidéos, des jeux, des photos et plus encore sur n'importe quel écran ».

Basés sur la norme VESA DisplayPort, les accessoires SlimPort permettent aux smartphones et tablettes de transmettre, à partir du port micro-USB, des contenus audio et vidéo HD vers des téléviseurs, projecteurs et moniteurs munis de prises HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort ou DVI. En conséquence, les utilisateurs mobiles peuvent profiter de vidéo et audio HD de qualité cinéma sur des écrans de n'importe quelle taille sans épuiser la puissance de l'appareil mobile.

« Le marché mobile innove à un rythme rapide et le Smartphone de LG est à la pointe de ce marché », a ajouté André Bouwer, vice-président du marketing chez Analogix. « L'Optimus G Pro de LG est un smartphone puissant et polyvalent, et l'inclusion de SlimPort lui donne une valeur extraordinaire tant pour les consommateurs que pour les hommes d'affaires ».

À propos du modèle Optimus G Pro de LG

Tout dernier modèle de la gamme des produits de qualité supérieure Optimus G de LG, l'Optimus G Pro est muni d'un écran HD IPS (400ppp) de 5,5 pouces, d'un processeur quadruple coeur Snapdragon™ 600 de 1,7GHz, d'une pile amovible de 3140 mAh et du système d'exploitation Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Une caméra arrière de 13MP et une caméra frontale de 2.1MP prennent en charge deux flux simultanés d'enregistrement vidéo et produisent des photos et des vidéos de haute qualité que les utilisateurs peuvent parfaitement afficher sur des écrans haute résolution et des écrans TVHD avec le connecteur SlimPort d'Analogix jusqu'à Full-HD (1080p60) et une profondeur de couleur de 24 octets.

Plus d'informations sur les accessoires SlimPort sont disponibles à l'adresse www.slimportconnect.com. Pour visionner une démonstration en direct, visitez le stand 8.1K13 d'Analogix Semiconductor situé dans le Hall 8.1 du salon Mobile World Congress entre les 25 et 28 février à Barcelone.

À propos d’Analogix Semiconductor

Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. conçoit et fabrique des semi-conducteurs pour le marché multimédia numérique, des appareils portables, tels que des smartphones, jusqu’aux cartes graphiques haut de gamme et aux grands écrans haute définition. Analogix est le leader mondial des solutions sur puce de connectivité d’interface de bout en bout pour DisplayPort, y compris la gamme de produits SlimPort. Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez consulter le site www.analogix.com ou suivez-nous sur Twitter @Analogix.

Analogix et SlimPort sont des marques commerciales ou des marques déposées d’Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. Toutes les autres marques ou dénominations commerciales appartiennent à leurs détenteurs respectifs.

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