Hisense: Rockchip 3288-Based iPad Mini Clone


This is the Hisense Sero 8 Pro and marks the third company offering such a tablet, following Five Technology’s iFive Mini 4 and Pipo’s P8.

Retina-class screen with five-point multitouch, Rockchip 3288 CPU at 1.GHz, 2GBs RAM, 16GBs storage, 2MP front and 5MP back cameras, 4,500 mAh battery, Android 4.4. The key point is that it claims to be the thinnest such tablet, just 6.35mm. No word on a microSD card slot yet.

1Pad and PadNews have identical articles [Google Translate, Google Translate].

This tablet will be sold in Europe, not China, so it’ll be interesting to see if it gets any further press or future reviews.


Filed under iPad Mini Clones

2 responses to “Hisense: Rockchip 3288-Based iPad Mini Clone

  1. Since this tablet will be sold in Europe, I am really curious how Hisense is going to satisfy the higher consumers criteria in those markets. Not to be misunderstood, I know that plenty of chinese tablets are bought online from europeans, but in most cases the potential customer is willing to abandon proper after sales support and mature device requirements for the low price. At the other hand, if Hisense is planning to retail the product the traditional way should provide superior integration will competitive price. I am very curious what would be the outcome.

  2. Probably they won’t sell it in Europe as “Hisense”, but they’ll partner with the different European resellers (BQ, Wolder, Medion, Hannspree, FNAC, Archos, et al.) to offer this.

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