Onda V919 Air 3G Dual OS

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Our Onda V919 review is now complete

Our Onda V919 review is now complete

I’ve had a good couple of weeks using the Onda V919 Air 3G Dual OS and have just finished up the review for this Chinese Air clone. Chek out the review here.

It’s a solid tablet, just let down by a few points. Worth a read if you are looking for a retina display dual boot tablet.

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.

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  1. the display is of cheap plastic….

  2. My tablet came with the Windows 8.1 and Android 4 but, after upgrading to windows 10 it lost the dual boot option. Does anyone can explain how to get it back? The Onda website give instructions on chinese and I can’t follow them.

  3. Hi Chris,

    I bought the black-gold version of Onda v919 with win 10 and Android 5.

    Now all is well apart of the (for me) main feature – Android phone calls. This device ticks all the boxes for my requiroments, but whenever on the call the other side hears terrible echo and they are not able to hear anything I say. Regardless on whether the call is directly on the device or via any kind of bluetooth from earpice through bluetooth stereos to build in car bluetooths of few brands… This is with any sim card of any network. Is this ‘normal’ with Onda, or chinese phablets? Is the core M any better? Or the Teclast? Or any other usable 2 in 1 with support of phone calls and dual boot? Btw all of the bluetooth devices or the sims works perfectly with any other phone.

    I would really appreciate your experience and opinion. Just to mention, budget is not important, if I can get it from the latest Microsoft Surface, then I’ll get one today. For me really the convenience with phone/android tablet/windows pc and high resolution screen in low weight device is the most important.

    • Try the X98 Plus 3G maybe? I find the Onda products aren’t as good as Teclast’s.

  4. hi Chris, there’s a new tablet from Onda http://onda.cn/Tablet/ProductInfo.aspx?ProductId=423
    same machine with new design, will you review it.

  5. Hi Chris,
    DID YOU CHECKED THE NEW ONDA WITH 64GB AND BATTERY 7000mAh

    Onda V919 3G Air Win8.1 + 9.7 inch Android 4.4 Phone Tablet PC IPS screen QXGA Z3736F Intel 2.16GHz Quad Core 64GB ROM Dual Cameras Features

  6. Hi Chris,

    I understand that Onda V919 Air 3G was ranked lower than the Teclast X98 AIR 3G mainly due to quick power dissipation.
    As both you and I suspect, it came from the Android services.
    Have you tried turning off the Android services or the connections in Android before switching to Windows?
    I think Android is still active even when switched to Windows… and this OS would consistently look for a network and connect to it.

    Let me know your thoughts

    • Well it’s really down to the hardware, the Onda V919 has a smaller battery Vs the Teclast X98 Air 3G. Android isn’t active in the background when switching, it’s a reboot and then loading the OS you select.

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