DragonBoard 410c announced by Qualcomm


The DragonBoard 410c is based on the 64-bit capable Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 410 processor and is designed to be compatible with the 96Boards Consumer Edition specification. It should be commercially available this summer through distributors, but you can sign up now for more information, as it becomes available, at http://developer.qualcomm.com/dragonboard410c. We’ve posted the basic specification on the 96Boards Products page: https://www.96boards.org/products/dragonboard/

Great news! Just curious how much it would be priced. Hope it would be <=$50.

Is it already available in Europe?
Does it support ethernet as well?


Will the Dragonboard get software support from Linaro? Or be supported via codeaurora.org portal?

Or are potential purchasors expected to deal with Qualcomm directly when getting sources for OSes like Android?

Best regards,

Apologies for the late reply, when Qualcomm talked about this at WinHEC in China, they mentioned the target price was $75 and this was reported by PC World at the time.

Ethernet supported by a) on board wifi or b) a USB to Ethernet dongle for physical ethernet connection.

Gabi, apologies for the late reply. We posted a lot of documentation about the DragonBoard yesterday and will be posting more over the next few days. Qualcomm are showing it at the ShenZhen Maker Faire today and tomorrow and Arrow have begun taking orders for it. Support will be provided on this forum by Linaro with help from Qualcomm and Arrow and you can find links to the software here: https://www.96boards.org/products/ce/dragonboard410c/#1422454593-1-91

We have also provided a little more information about the types of builds that we expect to become available for 96Boards products and how they will be supoported here: https://www.96boards.org/about/program/#Builds

Please let us know if you have any additional questions.