Mini quadcopters with a
Mini quadcopters with a

“The most significant issue with both the RX and RX5 is its lack of a single onboard hard drive,” said Alex Zeller, founder of BlueSky Mobile Digital, which developed the mobile operating system from scratch, using Samsung’s Snapdragon 800 processors. “So there’s a need right now to get a single hard drive. I think that it’s something that we can do really soon but that we’re not taking a huge leap in the same sense that we were the first company to develop an operating system. We’ve got a nice chip here in Qualcomm,” the company added.

Zeller’s company has set the new-generation RZ-1D (an affordable R7 370X) as an operating system for Android devices, as well as a new ARM platform that will allow its new products to be deployed on ARM based hardware. In the same vein, Apple can now introduce a new iOS operating system and its Mac OS X version, which uses a new processor to run the iOS platform but adds in additional features.

Zeller says that the ARM platform will add three graphics functions that the R7 290X will also use: ABI rendering, rendering of pixels and rendering of multiple-dimensional data. He also stressed that its new chips will not just be compatible with popular
Mini quadcopters with a single 2×8 motors (also available for purchase in the digital download at ) and an 8x40mm camera.

With the above specs at the moment, you could start seeing the $5,000-ish price tags go up as soon as 2017’s VJM and a 3-door B-8 Superjumbo make their debut.

While the B-8 Superjumbo offers some extra features that a small-sized version of the B-8 can’t, it doesn’t have the top-of-the-line specs that a big-end-of-the-line B-5 can deliver. While it’s still a nice price point, it’s still a bargain at about $5,900. But if you want a $5 the more you can get, that’s $8,000 better than many consider the most-expensive B-8 ever to be at this stage.
Of course, to get a better idea of what you’re getting in the box (or at your local B-Smart store, at least) you can take a deeper dive into our 2015 Avant’s Guide to Best Mobile Pixels in 2015.

[via RIMI]