Tablet site Padhz.com is reporting the new iFive X2 is built on an 8.9-inch frame but features an exceptionally high 1920 x 1200-pixel resolution I-PS LCD panel – that’s the equivalent of the old 24-inch monitor specification from a few years ago.
It’s another to include the ever-popular Rockchip RK3188 quad-core Cortex A9 SoC, running at up to 1.8GHz. At this stage, not much is known about the GPU other than its ‘quad core’. If its the standard RK3188, that GPU will be ARM’s quad-core Mali400 MP4 design. The operating system is said to be Android 4.1 but there’s no word on any Android 4.2 update.
The tablet has two cameras – a front-facing 2MP unit plus a 5MP image sensor on the back.
It comes with 16GB of on-board flash, expandable by another 32GB through the device’s MicroSD card slot. Wi-Fi is supported through 802.11b/g/n standards and its Bluetooth ready as well. There are no details on the battery capacity or its running time but the X2 does include HDMI and USB OTG (On The Go).
At the moment, the tablet is selling for $209 at Geekbuying.com but it is said to be available in China, starting at Y999 ($US165) if you can find it.
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