Now this is certainly an interesting amalgamation – an Android-powered device that has a user interface that is somewhat similar to that of the iOS from Apple. Some people might call it an abomination or travesty, what do you think? I figured that the Chinese folks who came up with this particular J910 tablet did not care two hoots about what the potential legal backlash could be like, and decided to go full steam ahead with the production of the J910. For starters, the J910 will sport a 7” capacitive touchscreen display at a resolution of 1,024 x 600 pixels, and does not look too shabby in terms of design at all, which is a refreshing change from a relatively obscure tablet manufacturer from the Far East.
Hardware specifications include a microSD memory card slot and a SIM card slot on the side, two cameras with a VGA resolution one in front, while the rear sports a 2-megapixel shooter, powered by a Marvell PXA910 805MHz processor, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and Android 2.3.5 as the operating system of choice. As you can tell, this will most probably be a cheap alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note as a tablet that can make and receive calls.
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