Something seems wrong with the color depth of its screen here:
The poster in the forum wonders if the screen is just 16-bit color [Google English]. But it can’t be. Viewing photos and videos would immediately look awful. So there has to be some sort of problem in the Kindle software.
The long forum post I first pointed out in Teamgee’s Octa-Core Super 8 Tablet Unboxed has been updated [Google English].
The Teamgee Super 8 is a clone of the Galaxy Tab 8, with an octa-core Exynos 5410 CPU running at 1.6GHz, 2GBs of RAM, and 16GBs of storage.
It hasn’t been released yet but engineering samples are being passed around for pre-release hype.
See the AnTuTu score and more after the break.
IMP3Net was loaned an engineering sample of the upcoming Ramos i9 tablet [Google English]. It uses the Intel Atom Z2580 CPU.
It turns out that’s not a quad-core CPU. It’s just dual-core. The Intel spec page.
This tablet is of no interest to me but I looked at their evaluation to see if they ran AnTuTu. They did.
And the result confuses the hell out of me.
Remember, the Atom Z2580 is the same CPU being used by Teclast in the P89 Mini.
Along with a bunch of other tablets. Haier announced an iPad Mini clone with 3G [Google English].