Chi has launched a new 7 inch Android tablet with built in 3G calling in the market. Called the Chi VX1, it has notably better design and hardware configuration compared to the its previous models, V99X and V88. The Chi VX1 specs include a powerful MediaTek MT8382 quad-core CPU, and is manufactured using 28nm process. It has frequency of up to 1.3GHz, and has integrated 3G, GPS, FM, Wi-Fi, BT modules.
This new MediaTek processor abandons the use of PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU and instead uses ARM Mali graphics chip, Mali-400MP. PowerVR SGX 544MP runs at 286-357MHz, while the Mali GPU runs at 533MHz.
Compared to its predecessors, VX1 has a narrower frame design. The border is only 5mm, and body thickness measures 7.9mm. It has 178 ° viewing angles and refresh rate is ideal for video watching. 1280 × 800 screen resolution makes its IPS + OGS display look very sharp.
The tablet supports both 3G, 2G mobile networks and has full support for dual SIM stand by as well. Supported bands include 850/1900/2100 and 850/900/1800/1900.
VX1 has optimized GPS navigation system, and we have been told it is very accurate.