Thursday, January 9, 2014

Hisense X1 6.8-Inch 4G LTE-Enabled and Android 4.3 Smartphone

When Google officially revealed the newest version of Android, it captured few of smartphone manufacturer interest to adopt the major changes. Even some of Chinese company continue to embrace the previous platform as sign of protest. A handful of their phones are joining the CES 2014 and most of it are still packed with Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) operating systems rather than having a Kit Kat treatment.

Hisense from China also introduced a 6.8-inch smartphone with the same OS. A slightly smaller variant of their Sero 7 Pro tablet. However, in terms of features, both are sharing a common stuff aside from having a SIM card and 4G LTE support.

Hisense X1 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU paired with 2GB of memory. Just like of other Chinese brands, it has a 16GB of storage (quite short compared to some of HTC models) and sports a unique 1920 x 1080-pixel screen resolution. According to report, it is powered by China Mobile (local network provider in China) and there is no words for its possible appearances in the global market.

Hisense X1 6.8-Inch 4G LTE-Enabled and Android 4.3 Smartphone

In addition, Hisense X1 is practically called as phablet because of its size and mobile phone resemblance. Or a hybrid version of the company's tablet and smartphones running an Android 4.3 platform.



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