The Chinese electronics manufacturer Chuwi, which is fast gaining repute for its proficiency in creating laptops, notebooks and tablet PCs. Chuwi continues to explore on Android tablets after their first attempt to build a gaming tablet Hi9, and this time, they introduce the Hi9 Air, which would be the first to support WorldMode LTE 4G from the lineups to make sure you are always online. Besides that, and you can insert 2 sim cards if necessary, how convenient is that! The LTE category fits in Cat-6, and it supports all the bands as below:
- CDMA1X: BC0
- TD-SDMA: B34/39
- TDD-LTE：B38 39 40 41
The Hi9 Air is powered by a MediaTek HelioX20 chipset. The chipset is 64-bit Deca core CPU with packs a great performance punch with it’s 4 highly efficient A72*2 @ 2.1GHz, A53firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz, and A53email@example.comGHz to handle 3D large games, online videos, and regular tasks. This Helio X20 chipset brings optimized performance and lowers power consumption (30% lower than dual-cluster chipset according to the official data from MediaTek ) together with extended battery life.
It is worth mentioning that this tablet supports a blazing 4G connectivity enjoy a fast and easy download of files and movies.These specs coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of expandable internal storage make this tablet a smooth-running device offering flawless multi-tasking usage.
In terms of the appearance of the Hi9 Air, it sits on a 10.1 inch IPS display with a resolution of 2560*1600, and the screen is OGS fully laminated to guarantee vibrant, detailed and more true to life image quality. And it comes with a metal body and is very friendly sized at 241.7*172*8.2mm. On the space gray back, it feels very good in hands with the matte treatment, and you will find black TP on the front.
For more information, please keep an eye on their Chuwi official website: