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My 4 year old daughter has just managed to break my current tablet. So, on impulse, I have ordered one of these. Now, in a cart before the horse sort of way I am wondering what people's impressions are?
Has anyone got one? Links to reviews?
Are there alternative ROMs out there?
iFive Min 3gs
Screen Size: 7.95"
Resolution: 2096x1536 (327 PPI)
CPU: Mediatek Octacore 1.7Ghz HMP
GPU: Mali 450MP @700Mhz
Memory: 2Gb DDR3
WiFi: Dual-band 801.11a/b/g/n
FM Radio: Yes
Camera: 5Mp & 2Mp
O/S: Android 4.4.2 KitKat
Ports: USB Port, 3.5mm Headphone, MicroSD Slot, Sim Slot
Antutu Score is around 28,000.
Hi, I have 1 from 2 days , overall performance are good bet I need some other days for testing app and videogame.
The assembly is perfect. the screen is very bright , but in a dark room is too bright and yuo must to utilize a software for reduce the brightness fro reading an ebbok, for example.
Maibe the battery is little too small.
In my onest opinion this product is really a valid alternative on ipad mini with android.
sorry for my bad english
I had mine for almost a week. Everything seemed to be perfect until today that I just realized it does not have "Compass" as advertised. The detail spec describes its function including Electronic Compass. Today I used GPS on Sygic and noticed that the navigation arrow did not turn when I rotated myself. So I tried to check with its original compass app which I also just noticed that there is NO compass app (original firmware). So I downloaded one from PlayStore, but the compass did not move at all. Even a compass test app showed no azimuth data or anything related to compass, only accelerometer is working. Anyone has any idea if this is a firmare problem? or the hardware does not actually has compass function for this iFive mini 3gs. Other that this eveything else is fine (except camera, we all know that). Thanks.
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