Honor T1, compact tablet designed specifically for “digital natives”
The tablet market confirms its liveliness, with many options offered to the temptation of potential customers. It ranges from the most popular brands to those of less famous, but full of energy, like Honor.
Honor signing the new tablet compact T1, tracking devices 6 Honor and Honor 3C, launched in these two months by the young brand, born as an offshoot of Huawei, which proved to be very dynamic in its first moves.
The sequence of the presentations and the approach to work are a litmus test of this label, whose goal is to carve out a slice of the market, fulfilling the specific tastes of the users of the mobile market. Will it succeed? Hard to say, but the will is there throughout.
The price is an object of the T1 attractive economically, but also the content seem adequate profile, taking into account the specific position on the market. The design and components to allow a very thin body, a thickness of 7.9 millimeters. The width and length are instead of 127.7 and 210.6 millimeters.
On the front of the weight, the data is recorded to the balance of 360 grams, which makes it very tiring to carry. The 8-inch display with a resolution of 1280×800, promises a pleasant vision, thanks to the 16 million colors and technology full-view-angle IPS.
Wireless connectivity at high speed (higher than the 802.11 b/g/n) lets imagine a quick and accurate communication. Same positive note, in terms of performance, coming from the quad-core 1.2 GHz of this tablet, based on Android OS 4.3. With regard to the 4800 mAh battery, this should allow a continuous video playback up to 8 hours at full charge.