JD, Meizu, Foxconn, Harman Kardon and LeEco submitted a JDTab tablet, which is running Flyme OS
Chinese store JD.com announced a new tablet called JDtab. The device was created in cooperation with Meizu, Foxconn, Harman Kardon and LeEco.
Every company do their part of the work, for example, design and Assembly was entrusted to Foxconn. Harman Kardon has provided quality stereo speakers, an annual subscription to online music and video services provided LeEco. And the device works under the operating system Flyme OS which is Meizu product. This is the first tablet with this operating system.
JDTab was an all-metal housing with dimensions of 204.8 x 135,9 x 6,95 mm and a weight of 370 g. the display is 7.85 inches, and its resolution is 2048 x 153 pixels. The tablet is equipped with Quad-core processor with a frequency of 2 GHz, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory.
The main camera has a image sensor resolution of 8 megapixels and led flash, the front camera has a resolution of 5 megapixels. The battery capacity of 6200 mAh.
JDTab costs about $215.