Toolkits

mHealth - Tested Devices

We at the TTAC brought nine different mobile platforms to our lab to test as a part of this toolkit.  The devices included four smart phones and five tablets, each representing the state-of-the art for their respective manufacturers.  The devices were selected to showcase a pool of various processor speeds and configurations.  As the market is immense, we could only test a representative sampling.  This market is rapidly changing, and devices that are cutting edge as of this toolkit's writing in August 2012 will be quickly replaced by devices with new sizes, speeds, and operating systems.

The following table shows the devices that we tested, and some of the specifications relevant to mobile videoconferencing.

 Device  OS  Processor   RAM  Camera Specifications
 Apple iPad (3rd Gen.)  iOS  1.0 GHz Dual Core   16 GB 
 Back Camera - 5 MP
 Front Camera - 0.3 MP
 Frame Rate - 30 fps
 Apple iPhone 4S  iOS   800 MHz Dual Core  16 GB 
 Back Camera - 3 MP
 Front Camera - 0.3 MP
 Frame Rate - 30 fps
 ASUS Nexus 7  Android 4.1  1.3 GHz Quad Core  16 GB  Back Camera - None
 Front Camera - 12 MP
 Frame Rate - Unspecified
 ASUS Transformer Infinity  Android 4.0  1.6 GHz Quad Core  32 GB  Back Camera - 8 MP
 Front Camera - 2 MP
 Frame Rate - 24 fps
 HTC One X  Android 4.0  1.5 GHz Quad Core  32 GB  Back Camera - 8 MP
 Front Camera - 1.3 MP
 Frame Rate - 24 fps
 Lenovo Ideapad S2110  Android 4.0  1.5 GHz Dual Core  16 GB  Back Camera - 5 MP
 Front Camera - 1.3 MP
 Frame Rate - 30 fps
 LG Optimus P-880  Android 4.0  1.5 GHz Quad Core  16 GB  Back Camera - 8 MP
 Front Camera - 1.3 MP
 Frame Rate - 30 fps
 Samsung Galaxy Tab  Android 4.0  1.4 GHz Quad Core  16 GB  Back Camera - 3 MP
 Front Camera - 2 MP
 Frame Rate - 30 fps
 Samsung Galaxy SIII  Android 4.0  1.0 GHz Dual Core  16 GB  Back Camera - 3 MP
 Front Camera - 2 MP
 Frame Rate - 30 fps