With the release of the Arnova 7h G3 at the FCC, it looks like we now have the sub 100 euros we have been discussing earlier. Specs wise, it appears to be a slimmed down version of the Arnova 7 G3: the Boxchip Allwinner A13 CPU, 512 Mb RAM, no HDMI.. Considering the specifications and competitors offers (Charbax reported some 7″ A13 based tablets selling in quantity at $55), we could expect the 7h G3 to retail at a cheap price, probably between 70 to 90 euros.
Arnova 7h G3 specsThe Arnova 7hG3 certification page at the FCC also features a user manual which reference a ME12-7001 tablet which seems to be the original product that Arnova has customized: we can see a Dual color front black, white back and a weird shaped back speaker on the Arnova.
More details on the YF Technology ME12-7001 on the manufacturer’s page:
1. CPU: All Winner A13, Cortex-A8 1GHz
2. Screen: 7″ TFT, 800×480 pixels
3. CTP: G
4. 512MB DDR3;4GB FLASH,Optional 8 GB FLASH
5. WIFI: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
6. GPS: Optional
7. 0.3M front camera; optional: 2M front camera
8. 3D G-Sensor
9. USB OTG: Optional
10. Battery: 2500mAh
Specs wise, it looks very similar to the Prestigio MultiPad 7.0 Prime (PMP3270B), we reported earlier.
Inside the Arnova 7h G3 tablet
Looks like Arnova skipped the Arnova 7g G3, or have we missed something ?
9.7 inches capacitive IPS 5 points screen, Rockchip 2918 CPU, 1 GB RAM, Android 4 ICS
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