FNF iFive Mini 4G

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iFive Mini 4G 7.85-inch Helio X20 Deca-core 4G Android Tablet

iFive Mini 4G 7.85-inch Helio X20 Deca-core 4G Android Tablet

Another interesting release coming from FNF iFive, this time a 4G capable tablet with a MediaTek MTK6797 chipset aka Helio X20 a ten core SoC. It’s got 4GB of RAM, 32GB storage, 2048 x 1536 7.85″ screen and runs Android 6.0. Other specs included MicroSD slot, Wireless AC, 6-Axis gyro, 8MP rear and 5MP front camera (2GB RAM version) and 8MP and 13MP cameras on the 4GB RAM versions. Fingerprint reader and 5200mAh battery. A very promising Android tablet, 4G band support ticks all the boxes 4G: FDD-LTE 700/800/850/1700/1800/1900/2100/2600MHz (Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/17/20) Well at least for EU and the rest of the world, not sure about Verizon, T-Mobile, and other strange US bands.

There looks to be two version 2GB RAM / 16GB storage and then a 4GB / 32GB storage one. Both come in white or black.

If it’s anything like the iFive Mini 4S I just reviewed then that screen should be fully laminated, the cameras won’t be great and 5200mAh means around 5 hours battery life? Still can’t expect that much in a 7.85″ tablet when it comes to battery life. Looks great, I’ll most certainly pick one up for review. The next mini tablet to review will be the JDTab J01 this just arrive in Spain, but I’m still in New Zealand. I’ll be back home next week to review it.

The FNF iFive Mini 4G is listed for $238 at Gearbest.

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  1. Profile photo of Vijay

    Here’s the frequency list for the entire world: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/FrameWork/WorldwideFormatted.pdf

  2. Profile photo of Vijay

    From https://www.bhphotovideo.com/FrameWork/northAmericaLinks.pdf, the frequency list in USA are:
    3G: 850 / 1900
    4G (LTE): 2 / 4 / 17 / 30
    3G: 1700 / 1900
    4G (LTE): 2 / 4 / 12

    So band 30 of AT&T and band 12 of T-Mobile are not covered.

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    Do you think it will be capable of setting up dual or triple boot with Linux and/or RemixOS?

    • Profile photo of Chris G

      Hard to say, but I don’t think so. Or at least it wouldn’t be easy.

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