Here Comes The Most Decent Nexus 7 Clone With High-Definition Display

Friday, 1 March 2013

Dozens of Nexus 7 replicas have been surfaced previously, but this white 7-inch tablet from Chinese knockoff manufacture seems to the best replica yet. It has a code-name of “Fu-Shi-Lai 760″, sports the same high-definition display as Google’s Nexus 7 — a 7-inch 1280×800 display with 216ppi. Besides, there are microSD card slots, dual-cameras and dual-SIM card slots that Nexus 7 doesn’t include. Find out more after the break…
Its front panel features clumsy cheap plastic exterior, but the back shell is built by aluminum, which is different from the non-slip matte texture on the real deal. The knockoff tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz MTK6577 dual-core processor that paired up with PowerVR SGX53 GPU and 1GB of RAM, allowing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to run smoothly. It has 8GB of onboard storage and a microSD card slot that supports 32GB of memory expansion (which is something that lacks on Nexus 7). And there’re also 0.3MP and 5.0MP dual-cameras at the front and back respectively that you won’t find on the genuine as well.
The tablet has built-in antenna that supports 3G network, compatible with WCDMA at 2,100MHz frequency band. And it’s surprising to hear there’s dual SIM card slots! The battery capacity of this tablet is the about the same as Nexus 7, which squeezed a hefty 4,000 mAh battery into the machine. No word on pricing yet, and it should comes with two color options black and white.


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