Android tablets enabled for LTE are becoming the norm for large Chinese manufacturers, so it makes all the sense in the world for CHUWI to update its Hipad named Hipad LTE.
As you can see from the name, the biggest update on the Hipad LTE version is that it is enabled for 4G LTE, which means you can take it out to watch videos anytime, anywhere, or share your daily life on social media – far away from the limitation of the WiFi connection. In addition, the dual SIM slot was designed for Hipad LTE to support dual standby.
Another important update is the addition of the docking port to guarantee the support of a dedicated docking keyboard. Unlike common Bluetooth keyboards, the docking keyboard eliminates the annoying Bluetooth pairing by adopting the special magnetic connection. Instant access and no input delay.
Thanks to this, CHUWI Hipad LTE can be transformed into a powerful tool to improve your productivity. The standard-size keyboard input with the Android Office kit offers the same office experience comparable to that of laptops.
Another advantage of the docking port exists in the gaming experience – there are new options for key mouse group except for the conventional touch control. For shooting games such as PUBG, which requires extremely high micro-operation, key mouse group has an obvious improvement in operation accuracy compared with sliding/touching on the screen, which makes your gaming more enjoyable.
In addition, Hipad LTE version keeps the same high-performance specs as Hipad: 10.1-inch FHD fully laminated IPS screen, Helio X27 deca-core processor clocked at 2.6GHz, Mali-T880 MP4 graphics, 7000mAh high-capacity battery as well as Android Oreo OS.
As an Android tablet both for office work and entertainment, Hipad LTE version has been upgraded with two major features: 4G LTE function and keyboard connection. Let’s expect the market performance of it.