Orange Tahiti Android Tablet Review

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Gadget ReviewsOrange Tahiti Android Tablet is actually the last year’s Huawei MediaPad which is rebranded. Be different with the majority of tablets, the Orange Tahiti Android Tablet down-steps from 10in screen into the smaller 7 inch. The reduced size might give disappointment but makes the Orange Tahiti Android Tablet become smaller and lighter than the other rivals. Orange Tahiti Android Tablet comes with an optional 3G baked to add the portability. As the profile, Orange Tahiti Android Tablet has its shape’s dimensions at 190 x 124 x 10.5mm and 390 grams weighs. Although the Orange Tahiti Android Tablet doesn’t get the latest AMOLED technology in its screen, Tahiti’s display screen gets the ability to deliver high resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels and gives good color reproduction and greater pixel density resulting text razor sharp and images detailed. These are resulted from the Adreno 220 GPU’s full support.

Orange Tahiti Android Tablet Review

Orange Tahiti Android Tablet Review

The Orange Tahiti Android Tablet’s main engine is powered by a 1.2GHz dual core Qualcomm MSM8260 processor that is paired with 1GB of RAM. This combination makes Orange Tahiti Android Tablet to be a highly responsive in all core applications and snappy navigating menus. It also leads the tablet in line with other most premium tablets. Save the data freely in Orange Tahiti Android Tablet’s 8GB data storage. For you who want to more free space, just inject the Tahiti Android Tablet with 32GB one via the microSD slot.

The Orange Tahiti Android Tablet runs on Android 3.2 which is promised by Huawei to get the update to the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich soon.

Huawei has given the Orange Tahiti Android Tablet to get more connectivity bi fitting it with Wi-Fi, GPS, mini HDMI, and an accelerometer. On the rear side, Orange Tahiti Android Tablet has a 5MP camera while a VGA camera for video chatting is on the front side. Both cameras deliver an excellent picture quality.

Huawei promises the battery life can support 200 hours of standby time with the actually under six hours of standard usage before it asks for charging. Runs on 3G, the Orange Tahiti Android Tablet will drop to under five hours of its long-life. Therefore, you have to carry charger everywhere which reduces the selling point to this Orange Tahiti Android Tablet.

The Orange Tahiti Android Tablet might not win any beauty tablet contests but has a good point of its well-built as well as the usage of premium materials including a metal back.

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