Android users in China will be pleased to know that a local company, Malata has put forth an Android tablet that will be running on the latest build of Honeycomb, version 3.2. Based on Google’s strict requirements for hardware manufacturers, you can rest assured that Malata Zpad T9 will come shipped at the very least with a dual-core processor.
For those unfamiliar with Malata, they’re a China-based company who is probably best known for supposedly being the “first company worldwide” to launch a tablet running on NVIDIA’s Tegra-2 processor, the original Zpad. Now they’re back and seemingly have claimed the title to produce the first tablet in China to be running on Honeycomb 3.2.
The Zpad T9 features a 10.1” display with a resolution of 1280×800 and will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra-2 dual-core processor. It will also come with 1GB of RAM and will be available in either 16GB/32GB storage sizes with 2MP/5MP front/rear cameras. As we mentioned earlier, the Zpad T9 will be running on Android’s Honeycomb 3.2.
It doesn’t sound too bad, right? Unfortunately no word on pricing or availability or if the company has plans to take the Zpad T9 over into international markets. For China Android users, with Android being notorious for their fragmentation, getting your hands on a tablet with the latest Android build doesn’t seem like such a bad idea.
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