After a spate of fakes and rumours stating it would ship with a Core M3-7Y30, the Mi Pad 3 was officially announced today by Xiaomi. The 7.9″ tablet is just an internal component change around really as the screen and housing remains the same. The Atom Z8500 has been replaced by a MediaTek MT8176 Six Core CPU with a max turbo of 2.1Ghz. The GPU is an Imagination PowerVR GX6250, the same GPU ...[Read More]
The JDTab is a joint venture tablet from JD.com, Meizu (OS) LeEco (Apps), Foxconn (Production and assembly) and finally Harmon Kardon (audio) It’s powered by a MediaTek MTK MT8173 quad-core CPU with a max turbo of 2.0Ghz. Power VR GX6250 GPU and has 4GB of RAM. Storage sadly is only 64GB of eMMC spec, with approximately 54GB free. There is no microSD support on this tablet which is a real sh...[Read More]
This ones new from JD.com and is meant to be an exclusive for them, but Banggood.com luckily are reselling it so we can get hold of it outside of China. It’s a joint venture tablet from JD.com, Foxconn, Meizu, LeEco and Harman Kardon. Huge Chinese online retailer JD are backing this as their own tablet, with Foxconn handling parts and assembly, Meizu the OS (Flyme) and LeEco software. Lastly...[Read More]
The JDTab J01 is a joint venture tablet, between JD.com, Harmon Kardon, Meziu, Foxconn and LeEco. It's a 7.9 retina tablet with large 6200mah battery (For its size) runs Flyme OS, has 4GB of RAM and a 64GB eMMC. The CPU is a MediaTek quad-core. Other features include, type-c port and unibody housing.
JD.com’s very own tablet is coming, the J01 as it’s labeled, is a joint venture between JD.com, Foxconn, Meizu, LeEco and Harman Kardon. It’s powered by a MediaTek MT8173 SoC with PowerVR GX6260 GPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC and speakers from Harman Kardon, UI by Meizu (It will run Flyme) and the CNC metal housing and the rest is made by Foxconn. The battery will be 6200mAh in size ...[Read More]