Considering the investments in retinal displays for high end tablets & smartphones, and the increasing use of these devices as second screens for video consumption, it's surprising that anyone would disagree that video picture quality enhancement should be a focus area for next generation mobiles.
MediaTek and Pixelworks Mobile Video Post-Processing technique will be suitable for the Midrange TV sets also that are being manufactured in China and Taiwan, virtually more than 50% demand of LCDs and LEDs are being catered by those Midrange companies. It is rightly said that not all of the mobile manufactures will be ready to go ahead with this improvement in graphics, yes but there is equally much more scope of usage of this technique in the high end mobile phones.
These days people do all communication via their mobile phones whether its talking, chatting, video calls, taking photos, sharing on social networking sites, browsing and what not. Mobile video post processing is attractive business field.
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