Teclast x80h owns a 8-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1280 × 800, the display on the 8-inch screen is very delicate, 16: 10 ratio of the screen, watching video games are a good visual experience.
It powered by a new 64 Bay Trail-T Z3735F Intel processor, clocked at 1.83GHz; running genuine Microsoft Windows 8.1 OS, perfectly compatible with PC software, easily meet the learning needs of everyday office; just 7.9mm thin metal body, 5.5mm ultra-narrow border, when an external Bluetooth keyboard, immediately becomes a super lightweight super this.
With Bay Trail-T Z3735F Intel processors, so far the world’s most advanced 22nm process technology, compared to the current 28nm processor technology leader in the traditional process more than 1 year, power consumption and heat control extremely well, X86 architecture clocked up 1.83GHz, perfect support Windows8.1 systems.
Teclast X80h with integrated metal body, the thickness of only 7.9mm, lightweight yet rugged, similar 8-inch tablet on the market are made of plastic fuselage. 5.5mm ultra-narrow frame, so that a greater proportion of the screen, the visual effect is more positive impact, but also more comfortable grip, extremely portable.
The S308’s 5-inch display is a IPS, OGS panel promising vibrant colours while taking up as little space as possible in the 8mm deep body. Costing only $150, the S308 is quite the piece of kit with a quad-core MT6582 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB memory and even a couple of decent cameras (13 mega-pixel rear, 8 mega-pixel front).
Dual-sim with support of 850/2100mhz hands is also part of the leather look package. The only upsetting detail is the use of Android 4.2 rather than Android 4.4 Kitkat which we have normally seen in similar phones. It also remains to be seen how the 2000mAh battery will last too, but as a package we are quite impressed with the Cubot S308.
||IPS, OGS Full-Lamination
||1280 x 800 (16:10)
||MTK8392 Cortex-A7 Octa-core ARMv7 processor
||WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, OTG
||802.11 b/g/n, WiFi hotspot
|2G Network Frequency:
||850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz
||5MP back camera , 2MP front camera
||Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor
||English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German
||MP3, WAV, WMA, AMR, MID, OGG
||JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG
||MP4, 3GP, AVI, MKV, MOV
||TXT, CHM, UMD, PDF, etc.
||TF Card Slot, SIM Card Slot, Micro USB Port, 3.5mm Earphones Port
||300 g / 10.58 oz
||206 x 122 x 8 mm / 8.11 x 4.8 x 0.31 inch
More details: http://www.tinydeal.com/voyo-x7-8-android-44-mtk8392-3g-tablet-phone-w-gps-bluetooth-p-135605.html
As most of you have learned during IFA 2014, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 should start hitting the shelves in October, and until the moment of truth arrives the Korean tech giant seems to want and keep our interest going. To this end, Samsung has recently published an infographic for the upcoming phablet, showing all the new features that we can look forward to in the device.
Perhaps Sammy feels the heat following the iPhone 6 Plus’ official announcement, especially now that Apple’s first phablet seems to be selling (or “pre-selling” to be more precise) like hotcakes. Whatever the case, the new infographic puts great emphasis on most of the new features presented by the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, including the wider range of colors, the new metal frame surrounding the device, as well as the QHD Super AMOLED display. Sammy also reminds us that the Galaxy Note 4 is the first smartphone in the series to adopt an OIS-enabled 16 MP primary camera, which is complemented by a front-facing, selfie-oriented 3.7 MP shooter with an f/1.9 aperture.
The new S Pen is much more accurate than it was on the previous model, thanks to a new Wacom digitizer capable of recognizing up to 2048 pressure levels. Fast charging plays an important role too and promises to charge the generous 3,220 mAh battery at up to 50% in only 30 minutes. For the first time in the history of Galaxy Notes, the fourth generation now boasts a fingerprint scanner as well as a heart rate sensor, though these two new features should not surprise anyone who is familiar with the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Much like in previous years, the Galaxy Note 4 will be released in two different hardware configurations, one boasting a Snapdragon 805 quad-core CPU clocked at 2.7 GHz, and the other one packing an in-house Exynos octa-core processor clocked at 1.3 and 1.9 GHz respectively. The system runs on Android4.4 KitKat with the latest version of TouchWiz on top, which includes a handful of new productivity-oriented features such as “Smart Selection” and “Snap Note”.
Are you planning on buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 once it hits the market? Or do you think there are better, more affordable alternatives out there, including the Galaxy Note 3?
Source: Samsung Tomorrow
Cubot P10 smartphone is listed in the company website without any price tag. The handset will be available in India, United States, United Kingdom and Australia through eCommerce online website.
The Cubot P10 is the first smartphone from the company which is running on the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS. The handset features 3G and supports Dual SIM with Dual Standby. It is powered by 1.2Ghz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM. It comes with 8GB of internal storage, which is further expandable with up to 32GB of external memory card.
Cubot P7 is listed online with a lowest price US $99.99 (Roughly Rs 5,740.58) at tinydeal. The online retailer is shipping this smartphone to India, USA, Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, UK, Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belgium and various other countries.
The new Cubot P7 is a 3G supported handset supports Dual-SIM with Dual Standby functionality. The unlocked device is running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and powered by a MediaTek MT6582, Cortex A7 Quad Core, 1.3GHz processor with Mali-400 GPU, combines 512MB of RAM.
One of the more well-known Chinese manufacturers Ainol announced that soon the sale will refresh of the budget tablet for the less affluent. Ainol AX2 Quad Core is an enhanced version of its predecessor equipped with a quad-core processor MediaTek.
The refreshed version of the Ainol AX2 is equipped with a 7-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. Is powered by a quad-core processor MediaTek MT8382 (formerly MT8312 dual-core), which is supported by only 512 MB of RAM. The rest of the specification is unchanged and still find here 8 GB ROM, and a very faint camera with a resolution of 0.3 megapixels.
As the manufacturer of this tablet supports both GSM and WCDMA, which enables you to enjoy throughout the European Union. The used battery has a capacity of only 2500 mAh, which is relatively very small capacity. The whole is based on Android 4.2.2. Normally you will find here the Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth.
And finally, the most interesting. Do not guess how much it might cost device. As the manufacturer of the new Ainol is available for $86.99 on TinyDeal which makes it a true budget.