Android is the clear winner in Spain. However, either because of our country's own culture or because the appropriate circumstances have not occurred, we did not have a large manufacturer willing to rival the big ones. Motorola is American, Samsung Korean and Sony Japanese.
But in recent years they have emerged a few companies born in Spain who wanted to try their luck in such a competitive market like that of smartphones and tablets.
Beyond Bq and Geeksphone, which are well known, let's go over the others a bit Spanish companies that have launched Android devices that they speak Spanish.
Airis is not exactly a new company. Born in 1998, it already has more than 500 workers. The majority of users were announced with their Android tablet for the newspaper El País, however its high price and quite limited features led to them receiving a lot of criticism.
Currently they have for sale both mid-range and low-end smartphones, with Intel Atom and Android 4.0 processors for about € 170 or € 60 like the one given at ABC. As well as tablets of all sizes, quite limited power again (most stay in 1GB of RAM).
They've known ally with recognized names and precisely because of that they have achieved popularity and sales. They have the ability to produce a good smartphone and they should surprise us with something new in 2014.
Vexia was always a company dedicated to navigation but they decided that the GPS sector was much more limited than that of smartphones and dared to bet on him. Today we have a wide range of phones and tablets, the Zippers range.
We have for example the Zippers 4, which is represented in the image, for € 99. Android 4.2.2, 512MB, 4GB internal memory, 800 × 480 pixels, 1500mAh and 115g. And if we want something more powerful, we will find the Vexia Zippers Phone, which for € 229 offers us a 4.3 ″ IPS screen and 960 × 540 pixels, 1Gb RAM, Intel Atom processor and 2000mAh battery. The range of tablets has similar products.
What Vexia does highlight is in its Amazing assortment of accessories. From car stands to headphones of all types.
The old Nt-k had to suffer until a demand from Apple. Once you have changed your name to ImasD have managed to redirect the company. His star project goes through a modular and customizable tablet that would arrive this year. On the web we have already seen how we can choose both the processor, the screen, the memory … everything, for a price that is somewhat higher than what we can find in some brands but of course, it is the price to pay for customization.
further They claim to make manufacturing in Spain, as well as development. The components are purchased from the various brands, but they are assembled here, precisely because of that they can control the entire production line and allow themselves to make projects such as Click ARM. They have agreements with many Spanish institutions, a clear example of Do things differently.
They used to be called Nvsbl, but the name I suppose would not bring them good luck. Now Unusual already has an experience of several years and they have a large enough catalog to cover everything. We highlight the Unusual 45Z, screen of 4.5 ″ qHD, MTK 6589, 1GB for € 189.
In tablets we have the Sirius range, quad-core, 1GB, 315g for € 169 and a great support in the official forum to mess with her. The brand also sells accessories such as HDMI cables and webcams, a business model that seems that more than one Spanish manufacturer adopts.
Now play SPC, a brand of Álava that throughout its history has been dedicated to the most classic telephony but have decided to make the leap to Android through a few models of tablets. In particular they have two ranges; Glee and Glow, with models ranging from 7 to 9.7 ″.
One of the most interesting features is that they have models with high resolution screen and Android 4.4 KitKat, something unusual in Spanish manufacturers, unfortunately.
Woxter is a Spanish brand focused on Madrid, the company carries settled in Spain for 14 years. They have presented several devices lately, among which we highlight the Woxter Zielo S10, a 5 ″ terminal for € 219 and the Zielo Tab 100 tablet of similar characteristics but in a ten-inch tablet format.
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