JDtab: the first tablet on Flyme OS from Meizu and JD

Back in November, Meizu has published a teaser trailer shell Flyme OS for tablets, but before releasing its own device, the company decided to team up with a Chinese trading platform JD.com to create JDtab. The list of partners of the online retailer also includes Foxconn, Harman/Kardon and LeEco.

Back in November, Meizu has published a teaser trailer shell Flyme OS for tablets, but before releasing its own device, the company decided to team up with a Chinese trading platform JD.com to create JDtab. The list of partners of the online retailer also includes Foxconn, Harman/Kardon and LeEco.
What’s inside

JDtab got a metal chassis and 7.85-inch display with a resolution of 2048×1536 and a pixel density of 325 ppi. Like most of Chinese tablets such a format, it is very similar to the iPad mini, but in the lower part there are no mechanical buttons they’re on-screen. Inside there is a Quad-core processor of unknown model with a clock frequency of 2 GHz and graphics PowerVR GX6250 (characteristics suitable MediaTek MT8173). Memory 4 GB internal 64 GB plus microSD slot. Main camera new 8-megapixel, front-5 megapixels. At the lower end speakers are Harman/Kardon and port USB Type-C, which is charged via the battery capacity of 6200 mAh. The battery life reaches 10 hours.

From Meizu tablet has got to shell Flyme OS, from LeEco pre-defined services with a free annual subscription to the music and JD.com will give you access to a catalog of more than a thousand books for three months. Release JDtab instructed Taiwanese ODM-manufacturer Foxconn.
The price of the Chinese miracle

Sale JDtab will begin next year. The model is available for order at a price of 1499 yuan, equivalent to 215 US dollars (5900 UAH / 13 200 rubles). Powerful and inexpensive tablet not so much. In China, for the same money you can buy the Huawei MediaPad 8.0 M2, but with less memory. Xiaomi MiPad 2 is cheaper, however, and features him easier. By the way, soon we can see the Xiaomi MiPad 3.

Source: JD.com