This is the 3G version of the Ramos X10, which swaps out its original Actions CPU for a MediaTek 8389 that has 3G capabilities.
The review is here [Google English].
The AnTuTu score is not impressive, given that the Rockchip 3188 is in the 17,000-range:
As for the camera, at first glance it seems rather good:
But I wonder why there were no indoor sample pics?
Ramos has not done much to molest Android this time around, although they did tinker with the default icon style and have created a custom Camera app.
As I’ve said previously, keeping track of 3G/4G tablets is a headache I don’t want. So those of you interested in a tablet like this are on your own when it comes to researching their compatibility with your local carrier.