Ramos was supposed to unveil its new K-series tablets on August 8th. That never happened — and not a single Chinese tech site even bothered to mention whether or not the delay was official.
Reminder: The Ramos K-series is their HTC One-styled iPad Mini clone:
Ramos deserves some credit for sleek pimping material:
There might be four tablets introduced. Two in the K series, a larger one based on the Intel Atom, and a mystery tablet — which is speculated to be powered by the Intel Atom and have an 8.9-inch screen. We’ll see.
Unfortunately, at least one site [Google English] is maintaining the K1 tablet will contain the AllWinner A31s CPU, which would be a pity. The K2 tablet is expected to be 3G-enabled and that will likely contain a MediaTek CPU.
The theme of the upcoming news conference is “subversion.” Ramos could do that by not using the AllWinner A31s and surprising everyone with a Rockchip 3188 CPU with MultiWindow Android.
Let’s see what happens on the 28th.