Colorfly i803 Q1 Disassembled

Recap: The Colorfly i803 Q1 is a “1/16″ tablet, meaning 1GB of RAM and 16GBs of storage. It has an eight-inch IPS screen at 1280 x 800, a 64-bit quad-core Intel Atom Z3735E CPU with a typical frequency of 1.3GHz and a peak frequency of 1.8GHz, microSD card slot, micro-HDMI-out port, headphone jack, 2MP front and 5MP back cameras. It ships with Android and will have a Windows update sometime in June.

A user at IMP3Net forum has posted pictures of its disassembly [Google Translate].


The Onda V819i is the same guts as the Colorfly, so this is an interesting comparison (click to enlarge):


Previously here:

The Windows Small Tablet Flood Begins
Onda V819i Reviewed
Onda V819i Reviewed
Onda’s New 64-Bit Tablets
Onda’s New V819 Is No iPad Mini Clone


Filed under Android

2 responses to “Colorfly i803 Q1 Disassembled

  1. Vikas

    Hey Mike,
    What make PMIC is used in Onda V819i and Colorfly

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