Gome Flytouch 2 has become as famous as Zenithink ePad since it was launched last year. Among the 10 inch tablets, Gome Flytouch 2 and ePad are both the hottest tablets. As an iPad clone, Flytouch 2 runs on Android 2.1 with 256MB memory and the chipset was from the Infotmic Company. In fact, the chipset ZT180 that ePad runs on is also developed by the Infotmic company. And now, the Gome Flytouch 3 has entered into market.
To be true, the Gome Flytouch 3, except some upgrades, the configuration is pretty much the same to the Flytouch 2! Now, let’s take a look what the differences and the configuration are~~
Firstly, the memory has been upgraded to 512MB, the OS is now Android 2.2 and it supports Flash10.1. Secondly, Flytouch 3 got HDMI interface.
Flytouch 3 still adopts Infotmic X210 processor with ARM11 core, 1GHz CPU, 4GB storage, 10 inch 1024*600 resistive touch-screen, 6400mAh battery and supports GPS, WIFI and 3G. the interfaces are: 2 USB, 1 TF card slot, RJ45, 1 earphone jack. Other buttons are also pretty much the same to the Flytouch 2’s. Now, we haven’t got a chance to hands on this device, but the price is affordable, so you can hands on it if you like.
Tablets run on Android could be found here: Android Tablet