The tablet features a 7 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel display, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and Mali 400 graphics. It has a microUSB port, microSD card slot, HDMI output, a 2MP rear camera, and a 0.3MP front-facing camera.
It runs Google Android 4.0 and features WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. I don’t know if the Hyundai T7 is officially certified by Google, but it comes with the Google Play Store preloaded and runs most apps available from Google’s app marketplace.
Source: LiliputingWhile it is great specs wise, Liliputing notes that the tablet is has a lot of deficiencies due to poor quality components being used.
Before I broke the tablet, I also had time to notice a few quirks:So, when you buy this tablet, make sure you check everything is good before you take it home. My recommendation would be to stay away from this tablet, unless you are a thorough person and can check for physical deficiencies in the tablet before purchase.
- The tablet would sometimes shut down entirely after it had been left plugged in and charging for a while. If I left it overnight and came back the next day I might have to wait for the tablet to perform a full boot before I could use it.
- While the Hyundai T7 and Google Nexus 7 both have 7 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel displays, everything looks smaller on the T7 screen, because text, images, and other content aren’t scaled the same way as they are on the Nexus 7.
- The tablet does not come pre-rooted (as some Chinese devices do), but it’s reportedly easy to root using ExynosAbuse.
- My unit had at least one dead pixel, and the screen seems to scratch very easily.
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