JDTab J01, the Meizu and LeEco tablet: first video impressions
March 15, 2017 at 12:00
Although the latest releases of the big manufacturers are having us quite busy these weeks, the Chinese tablet market does not stop moving a second and, as we saw yesterday with the Teclast X3 Plus, news does not stop coming from there. The last one has been the opportunity to take a look for the first time on video to JDTab J01, Meizu and LeEco's tablet.
Meizu opens with good footing in the field of tablets
Following in the steps of Xiaomi, Meizu, which has already managed to build a good reputation in the Chinese low-cost smartphone market and has become one of the most popular brands in it, has now also entered into that of tablets. They, however, have not done it alone, but associated with LeEco, Foxconn, Harman Kardon and JD.com, which is the online distributor that sells it in China as its own tablet.
JDTab J01: Meizu, LeEco and Harman Kardon come together on a tablet that give a lot of play
Fortunately, other importers are re-selling it (Banggood.com, for now), which is going to give us the opportunity to get hold of it in the rest of the world. Unfortunately, whoever has to go through so many hands to reach us assumes that it will cost us a little more than usual on a tablet of this type and the tablet rises quite a bit from the initial 200 dollars, at least for now. On the positive side, it is a great occasion for fans of Meizu to expand its good experience with the brand to other devices and, as you can see in the video, the tablet leaves good feelings.
Excellent screen and premium sensations
You know that in this type of videos, we can not expect too many details yet of the performance of the devices, but they are interesting to get an idea of ??what we can expect from a tablet and, above all, to take a good look at its exterior, and get an idea of ??how it is, almost as if we had it in our hands.
With regard to the first question, it is clear that the aspect in which the JDTab J01 stands out most is in image quality, with a screen of 7.9 inch and 2048 x 1536 of resolution, although the audio Harman kardon It is certainly another great claim. It doesn't hurt, in any case, to be able to take a look at the Interface as well. Those who already have a smartphone from Meizu They are not going to get any surprises, but for those who are not familiar with Flyme OS It is a good opportunity to get an idea.
As for the second question, we can verify that the aesthetic is very similar to that of the iPad, although without a physical home button (or Touch ID) on the front, but with an elegant metal case and pretty good finishes. Unfortunately, it also has in common with the Apple tablet one of its less attractive aspects, the absence of micro-SD card slot, but at least the JDTab J01 comes with 64 GB Internal memory