JingPad A1: Linux 2-in-1 convertible unveiled with an 11-inch AMOLED display running JingOS
Jingling has unveiled the first device running JingOS, which it has called 'the world's first Linux-based tablet OS'. The company has called its tablet the JingPad A1, which it has equipped with an 11-inch screen that resolves at 2,368 x 1,728 pixels in a 4:3 aspect ratio.
According to Jingling, the AMOLED display covers 109% of the NTSC colour space and is housed in a 6.7 mm thick chassis that weighs under 500 g. Inside the JingPad A1 will be a Unisoc Tiger SoC that contains four ARM Cortex-A75 cores clocked at 2 GHz, four Cortex-A55 cores that can reach 1.8 GHz and a PowerVR GM9446 GPU pegged at 800 MHz. Additionally, Jingling has included 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
Moreover, the tablet will have a 5G modem, an 8,000 mAh battery, a detachable keyboard and pen support with up to 4,096 pressure sensitivity levels. The tablet should have 8 MP front-facing and 16 MP rear-facing cameras, too.