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Onda V919 Air 3G & Teclast X98 Air 3G Vs Apple iPad Air

Onda V919 Vs iPad Air comparison

Onda V919 Air 3G Dual boot

I finally got the courage to walk into an Apple Store and pick up an iPad Air. It’s been a long time since I’ve had an Apple product, I like their hardware, but I HATE thier iTunes software, lack of drag and drop and I still remember how it missed up my music collection and lagged up my whole computer back when I had a iPhone 3G all those years ago.

So I have it only for comparison purposes since it is what a lot of thses Chinese tablets are cloning nowadays. I decided to compare it quickly to the Teclast X98 Air 3G and the Onda V919, The Onda being the most clone like of the two, with is similar button layout and with a home key looking a lot like the iPad Air.

Screen wise you’ll be shocked (Not really) to learn they are almost 100% identical, they have the same horrible gap between the glass and the IPS panel and of course the same LG retina display with a nce 264 PPI. The physical comparisons are below:

And the Teclast X98 Air 3G Vs the iPad Air:

Tune into the YouTube channel for more video comparisons Vs the iPad Air.

Video tech reviewer and tech blogger. I have a huge interest in the latest tech, tablets, laptops, mobiles, drones, and even e-scooters. Active in the tech community since 2008 days of the Omnia i900 Windows phone. Samsungi8910omnia.com, Samsunggalaxysforums.com founder from way back.


  1. And about Teclast X98 Vs Onde V919? Which is the better? Which of booth has the big community on XDA/other foruns? And about quality building?

    I’m undecided.

    Thank you.

  2. I’m wondering if the eMMC speed has improved on the 64gb Teclast X8 Air 3G compared to the 32GB one you tested… I’m looking to find someone who got the 64gb version to run the benchmark.

  3. Thanks, buddy. It’s really awesome that someone is doing in depth English non-biased china-tab reviews at a time when Chinese tablets are finally starting to get exciting. Remember only 6 months ago Chinese tablets were all extremely underpowered, especially gpu wise? Just try repeat the words “mali-400” a few times without feeling nautious. Remember the crazy sh– like quad core a5 actions semis being sold as cortex a9 “family”? Remember the aluminum cases but plastic screens?

    Now in comparison the domestic tablets seem like overpriced garbage, and from my experience have been more buggy and flawed than the cheap Chinese, because after 5 years of pumping out new models literally every month, these guys have really learned from trial and error.

    I would far rather trust a chinese whitebox brand than a newb like htc or the nvidia shield tablet. I had the shield tablet, it’s literally a disaster in terms of hardware flaws and software bugs which only seem to multiply with each update. You’re our saving grace and can actually provide coverage of this occult movement, and it is much appreciated.

    Sorry for ranting ☺

    • Yes I remember the first Retina screen tablets had the amazing screen, but oh so darn slow and laggy. They have come a long way and I hope to see a new breed this year with the next gen Atom quadcores and high res displays. It’s only going to get better!

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