Among others, IMP3Net reports on the new Chuwi VX2 “call tablet” [Google Translate]. It has a dual-core MediaTek 8132 CPU, Mali 400 GPU, and a seven-inch 1024 x 600 screen. No word on RAM or storage.
“Call tablets” are the new rage in China, as iPad Mini clones were last year. Tablet makers are racing to bring to market very inexpensive tablets that can also do 3G. None of these tablets are impressive. It’s difficult to see how any Chinese company can leap from its domestic market to a worldwide one based on cheap goods such as these. Perhaps most are content to be local. That’s not a bad thing, given the size of China’s population.