Over at IMP3Net [Google Translate].
It’s a 9.7-inch tablet with Retina-class screen, 64-bit MediaTek MT8752V CPU at 1.7GHz, 2GBs of RAM, 32GBs of internal storage, 13MP back camera, and China-compatible 3G/4G. (Note that 4G is both TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE, which might mean it can work with 4G outside of China. There’s no guarantee about 3G outside of China.)
The AnTuTu score is higher than Intel tablets:
The reviewer also points out that transferring files to it via USB from a PC was particularly fast.
Although a 13MP camera sounds great, the reality isn’t. Two full-size photos are published and they’re rather miserable, with a lack of sharpness and digital noise. See them directly at full-size here and here. Cameras continue to be an afterthought in tablets other than from Apple. This despite scenes such as this one becoming prevalent:
That’s China State Propagandist Lu Wei visiting Tim Cook at Apple and someone in the back photographing them — with an iPad. An iPad. Not a China-branded tablet. China tablet makers should shrink in shame over that.
There seem to be no gothcas with this tablet. All the same, I’m not excited by it — the bad camera sinks it.