While we are saturated by those tablet PCs mostly packed with displays of 800*480 in resolution, it is so justifiable for Sinor M8 to flaunt its 1024*768 screen, common among those expensive and high-end slates but quite rare among affordable tablet PCs. Sinor M8 seems very likely the successor of Sinor M5 thought with different design as well as innards. Apart from the screen, other specs are also worthwhile to mention a little. Sinor M8 is packed with a 1.2G Samsung PV210 Cortex A8 processor, android 2.2, 512MB of RAM, an 8’’ capacitive touchscreen, sporting Bluetooth, integrated 3G module, GPS.
The design of Sinor M8 looks ruggedized and well-compact. It comes with the trendy touch keys in the … Continue
Following the step of CDMA and WCDMA version LePhone, LePhone of TD version is now ready to walk out from mystery. LePhone in the leaked picture, though only a prototype, appears snappy enough in design. It is reported that TD version LePhone will be powered by Samsung processor on Leadcore Technology DTivy 1808 and run the latest Android OS for mobile phone, Gingerbread. TD LePhone, like its sibling LePad, will also use the proprietary Clover UI of Lenovo.
Lenovo LePhone was initially unveil on the last CES in Jan.7 2011 and hit the market in May in the same year pricing $2899 yuan (around $445), followed by CDMA version LePhone in September with the same pricing. And … Continue
It seems no big news for OPPO, mainly noted for its MP3 and MP4 players, to bring out its own smartphone, and still no surprise for OPPO smartphone to go on Android finally. Everything follows our logical thinking. But for quite a long quite while there had been no word on the details of the specs of OPPO android smartphone. Now the mysterious cover of this smartphone is going to be unveiled. Source originates the official Weibo of OPPO (microblog, like twitter) which boasts that OPPO smartphone will have a 3.97 inch IPS touchscreen with resolution of 800*480, of wide viewing angle, better transparency and delicate picture performance, nearly to the extent of “perfect”. It sounds OPPO has … Continue
I always tend to believe that the utter portability of a 7-inch tablet both in use or carrying-around will outweigh the better video performance of a clumsy-sized 9.7 incher, and now SmartQ Ten T10 is ready to preach me a lesson how I am wrong to allow that biased viewpoint to take an upper hand in my conception. SmartQ Ten T10, with broad screen and high resolution, is ready to tell us why a not-so-portable 9.7 incher is worth the while.
Allow me throw some words on the specs of this tablet first before I proceed to my review. SmartQ Ten T10 certainly has everything that we might expect from a mainstream tablet. It comes with … Continue
Jack Wong seems rather active these days on Meizu forum and discloses one more feature of Meizu MX by saying that Meizu MX will be packed with a 8MP rear camera with flash in reply to a post pertain to MX’s camera after he posted a picture of Meizu MX prototype two days ago on the same forum. It can be inferred that Jack Wong is sort of sensitive about posts concerning to his dream work smartphone Meizu MX based on the time interval between the original post and Wong’s reply.
Meizu MX is the successor of Meizu M9 and it is Wong’s intense hope to hammer out a high-end smartphone with little regard of manufacture cost. Sound quite … Continue
An android tablet capable of video conferencing spotted at Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2011 is speculated as the newly-launched tablet PC of Tencent. This tablet PC, powered by RK2918 chips, is placed inconspicuously on the stand of Rockchip Electronics. It draws tremendous attention due to its preloaded Mobile QQ HD app, sporting HD video conferencing. Though with logo covered, this android tablet is viewed as the device most probably brought out by Tencent.
The previous rumor was that Tencent combined with Intel was working on a Meego-based tablet, but now this android tablet jumps out first. While iPhoneQQ, iPadQQ and MacQQ are all unable to give users video conferencing experience, it really comes as a surprise … Continue
I’ve got a tablet PC mockup of TCC 8803, the same chipsets with Haipad m708. I am told that it will run android Gingerbread 3.0 and be packed with a resistive touchscreen. But battery life rather than other features is what the designer accentuates. It is said to sport a sound 8 hours, though I have no other way to prove this except that I find the tablet shows very little power consuming though I switch it on for quite a few hours. Since it is simply a mockup, there is so little that I focus on to proceed my review. What I can do is to scrutinize the design and get superficial knowledge of … Continue
The locking of android 3.0 source code sees a natural outcome for the swarming android 2.2 and android 2.3 tablets. Not necessarily a frustrating thing! It would be better to usher in an android 3.0 tablet era preceded with stable and mature android Froyo and Gingerbread tablet PCs. After all, android 3.0 hasn’t demonstrated its potentiality due to the hindrances of corresponding apps and software.
The tablet I focus on today is encore an android 2.2 tablet powered by an 800MHz Freescale iMX515 processor. It comes with a portable 7 ‘’size with a capacitive touchscreen of resolution 800*480. The standard specs for this tablet, codenamed as FS701, will include integrated 3G module sporting … Continue
The First Tablet PC Summit, themed as Win in Tablet Era, is taking place in the China World Hotel today. This is not only a great occasion for those elites in tablet PC field to voice and exchange their views pertain to a range of topics, like tablet PC operating system, chips, distribution channels, software development and industrials chains, but also a fabulous party for a galaxy of branded tablet PCs.
On this summit, the 12 stunning tablets with specific codenames in display include Asus EeePad Transformer TF101, Lenovo LePad, Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000, Dell Steak 5, Apple iPad, Motorola Xoom, Great Wall T288, ViewSonic ViewPad 7, Ereneben T3, Ramos W10, Newman NP800, and Patriot N700.… Continue
We worship large-screen tablets of 9.7 inch or 10.1 inch (if larger, then a notebook might be your better choice) because of their more outstanding ability of better video playback, say ZT-180 and Flytouch 3. But somehow the common chipsets, like ARM 11 Infotmic X220, render them unable to become more appealing. Now the 10.1-inch Dawa D9 of A8 core may indicate a new era of A8 or A9 core-based large-screen tablets.
Dawa D9 stores an 800MHz Freescale iMX515 ARM Cortex A8 processor, android Froyo sporting flash 10.1, 512MB of DDR 2, a 10.1’’ capacitive ASP display of resolution 1024*600, 4GB of storage, battery of 3800 mAh, HDMI, Wifi, G-sensor, 540g of weight. The … Continue