Archos began to introduce their quad-core tablets to the world in 2013 with the Archos 80 Platinum and Archos 97 Platinum, and history seems to repeat itself, as it does look as though one of these tablets might not have been designed in-house. What showed up on the FCC this week pointed out that there is an Onda logo at the back of the Archos tablet, which strongly suggests that Archos could very well be using an Onda V812 tablet and slapping their label on top of it instead.
The Onda V812 as well as the Archos 80 Platinum both share similar features, including an 8-inch display at 1,024 x 768 pixel resolution and an Allwinner A31 ARM Cortex-A7 quad-core processor. The Onda V812 itself will boast of an aluminum case as well as an IPS display, boating a 178 degree viewing angle, while offering support for 5-point multitouch that will be accompanied by two cameras, one in front and another at the back, 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal memory with a microSD memory card slot for expansion options, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice.
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