What do you think of MTK6589 chips to be used in quad core tablets which built in 3G service?
I noticed Newsmy has upgraded their tablet models with Quad core MTK6589 Chip. As I know, MTK6589 chips used to specilized in smartphones only, so what do you think of MTK6589 quad core tablet? Maybe the function of Built in 3G will be one of the selling point, here's some of specification of NewsmyMTK6589 tablet, but it is not complete enough:
Model: Newsmy M75Q
OS: Android 4.1
CPU: MTK 6589 quad-core A7 CPU, up to 1.2GHz
TOUCH PANEL: G+G
3G: Built in 3G, supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz WCDMA 2100MHz (850MHz is optional) Others Supports BT/FM/GPS/WIFI 4in1
WIFI: Supports IEEE 802.11b/g/n, BTV4.0
Language: supports for multiple languages
G-Sensor: Three axle G-Sensor
Camera: Front 0.3 M/ 2M, Rear 2M/5M
Battery: 3.7V 4000 mAh Lithium battery (4400,4800MAH is optional)
Using time: about 5 hours when WIFI is working
Power adapter: Input: AC100-240V.50-60HZ, Out put: DC5V 1.2A
Re: What do you think of MTK6589 chips to be used in quad core tablets which built in 3G service?
Chips used in tablets and phones are really interchangeable. I wouldn't be concerned about it. The internals of the Note 8 are very very similar to the Note 2, and I loved that tablet.