Foxconn-made JDTab J01 tablet hits the market next month
JDTab J01 sounds like the product of a completely new brand, but this 7.9-inch Android tablet has been spotted in the wild already. However, the previous leaks mentioned it would launch as a Meizu slate. Now, we know that the JDTab J01 is made by Foxconn and will launch via Jingdong, a Chinese retailer.
The specs and features of the JDTab J01 are quite strong for its price - a 2 GHz, quad-core MediaTek MT1873 processor with PowerVR GX6250 graphics, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, all driven by a generous 6,000 mAh battery that provides up to 10 hours of video playback.The 7.9-inch touchscreen display offers 2,048X1,536 pixels and, in addition to the usual WiFi-Bluetooth-GPS mix, USB Type-C connectivity is also present.
The Chinese market is expected to get the JDTab J01 on January 10. The price tag is 1499 CNY - roughly $215 USD. Unfortunately, there is no information about an international launch of this slate yet, but we will get back to it if we find out anything new.