It’s unlikely to please Apple chief designer Jony Ive. With the Chinese “Onda V919 3G Air” enters another “clone warrior” the scene. The peculiarity of the find: Both Android and Windows 8.1 potter on the tablet.
An audacious copies of the iPad Air and Co. we got used to it. The original product from Cupertino serves as a blueprint, but the fakes are often not very efficient, and above all they lack iOS. The new “Onda V919 3G Air” is no exception, because iOS 8 will never be able to be installed on this device. Instead, it relies on a – not unlike the iOS – customized version of Android. However, the tablet dominated by the manufacturer and Windows 8.1 – and this in parallel to Android. Thanked either the built-in Intel chip.
ipad_klon_windows_androiBei the translation of this infographic we have to fit. However, it is clear: Windows and Android 8.1 running in parallel and can be launched from the currently active operating system.
The remaining specs are impressive at first glance: A 9.7-inch display with a “Retina-resolution” of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels, 64 GB internal memory plus microSD slot (up to 128 GB are supported), to a 3G mobile connection and all this at a price equivalent to only $177.
Only in western climes there will never be the “Onda V919 3G Air” probably officially. Apple’s utility model protection is too obvious violated a ban is inevitable. This should be borne in mind also the event of any private import.[RedmondPie.]