The review is at IMP3Net [Google Translate].
The Onda V975i is an iPad Air clone with a 9.7-inch Retina-class screen, a 64-bit Intel Atom Z3735D CPU with a typical frequency of 1.3GHz and a peak frequency of 1.8GHz, 2GBs of RAM, 32GBs of internal storage, microSD card slot, micro-HDMI-out, 2MP front and 5MP back camera. It doesn’t have 3G.
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The AnTuTu score is as expected:
Despite its low resolution, the 5MP back camera seems surprisingly good:
Where the good news ends is battery life:
That’s watching online video and playing games. And typically for Onda, the battery meter isn’t calibrated properly — a “feature” that’s been present in several of their tablets. How hard is it to get that right? The battery is 7800mAh.
This tablet competes against the Retina-class Teclast X98 3G and Onda’s own V975M. And soon Teclast will release the T97 Air, which will match the Onda design. Between all of those tablets, it’s difficult to see which one to buy — although the Teclast X98 3G has 3G and a larger battery.
Note that in June — next month — the V975i will get a Windows download option (so with the Teclast X98 3G).