Conexant's reference design for

by | Jul. 23, 2010

Conexant has an interesting announcement for a new reference design for Bluetooth-enabled "connected frames" for mobile phones. These products feature eight-inch LCD touch-screens and use Bluetooth technology to connect to a user's mobile phone. Applications supported include wireless hands-free speakerphone, phone book synchronizing, and mobile phone and headset pairing. The frames can also be used to wirelessly stream multimedia audio content from cell phones, and view and playback photos, audio, and video files in full- or split-screen mode.



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