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HD displays are getting more and more common on high end tablets, most recent processors easily cope with 1080p video content (1920x1080, Blu-ray Disc type resolution) but few of them are capable of playing content in higher definitions.
We have tested 4K UHD (Ultra High Definition) or 2160p content video play on latest Google Nexus 10 tablet and an Onda V812, a cheap Chinese model using latest Allwinner A31 CPU (quad-core Cortex A7 running at 1 GHz). The display on the Nexus 10 offers a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels, on the Onda V812 it's just 1024x768. Playing 4K UHD on these screens won't use the full display resolution as the video will be down-sampled to fit on the screen, but we found it interesting to have a look at the decoding capabilities of each device. With our quick test, you will discover how the cheap Onda tablet is really good at decoding 4K UHD video...
4K UHD video test details
The Nexus 10 tablet with Android build JOP40D / kernel 2012/11/06 and default video player (Google Play Movies v 2.3.7), the second video required MX Player application, version 1.7.10
The Onda V812…
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