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April 21, 2013

Cherry Mobile Fusion Fire leaked

It seems that the person manning CM’s Facebook page got a bit trigger happy and posted a picture of the specs of the company’s upcoming 10-inch slate dubbed as Fusion Fire. The image was already taken down, but it had enough exposure for our tipster (@jehgan) to take a screenshot and share it with us.

cherry mobile fusion fire

After doing some research, we found out that the Fusion Fire is a rebranded tablet from Ainol which goes by the name of Novo 10 Hero II. This tablet runs on Android Jellybean which will be displayed on its 10.1-inch HD IPS screen. Underneath its skin is a 1GHz quad-core processor backed by 1GB DDR3 RAM. Other information about the Fusion Fire are as follows:

Cherry Mobile Fusion Fire specs:
10.1-inch IPS HD display @ 800×1280 pixel
ATM7029 1.0GHz quad-core processor
GC1000+ GPU
1GB RAM
16GB internal storage
up to 32GB via miroSD card
2MP autofocus camera (rear)
VGA front-facing camera
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
3G/HSDPA via USB dongle
8000mAh battery
Android Jelly bean
Dimension: 262 x 178 x 9.8mm
Weight: 672g

On Ainol’s webpage, the Fusion Fire’s going price is currently pegged at USD209.90 (USD169.90 special price) which is roughly Php7,000 in our local currency. We’re not sure how much CM will retail this tablet once it hits the market, but it could be around the 9-10K range or below.

Update: Cherry Mobile has posted the price at Php7,999.

Thanks for the tip @jehgan!


27 Responses to “Cherry Mobile Fusion Fire leaked”

  1. abuzalzal says:

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zyzjo6ftAiM

    In depth review….the gpu is a dog
    Only good for browsing…..

    Rockchip SoC tablets (Pipo, Ramos etc) are miles better…. just miles better

    • lekzy says:

      yeah! and for watching videos only, what a waste! sana they designed this especially for gaming. that’s what people are looking for, hassle maglaro sa smartphones.

  2. Cyril says:

    Not that actions semi-conductor again!
    (It is as fast as cortex-A9 dual cores)

  3. Justin says:

    I saw the actual FB post from Cherry Mobile. SRP is P8k (P7,999).

  4. CM is a liar says:

    Nakakainis talaga tong Cherry Mobile, inaadvertise nila na Cortex-A9 yung ATM7025 at ATM7029 chipsets ng Fusion Bolt at Fusion Fire kahit Cortex-A5 lang sila. Pangit pa nung Vivante GC1000 na GPU.

    Mas maganda pa bumili ng mga Rockchip tablets (RK3066) like the latest PiPO tablets than this for the specs you’re getting, and unfortunately, ramdam po talaga ito sa real-world usage (makikita niyo po sa Cherry Mobile Fusion Bolt ang dami daming kailangang gawin para lang makapaglaro ng HD games yung tablet)

  5. Danny says:

    Its not true that the battery is 8000Mah

    its just 4000Mah in reality but they multiplied it to 2 cause the battery they are using is ultra low voltage.

  6. Czd says:

    They posted lots of info here. They’re still there. http://www.facebook.com/CHERRYNORTHEDSA

  7. wewet says:

    they shouldve rebranded pipo m9… damn CM… and a M9 only cost around 10k

    • abuzalzal says:

      The Pipo M9 is a MONSTER tablet
      On par with the Galaxy Note 2 at 1/3 of the cost

      Pag ni rebrand nila to sigurado magkakaroon ng panic buying

  8. lol says:

    ..another trash from a rubbish company..oh well? nothing new indeed.

  9. Rockchip! says:

    Dapat rockhip devices nalang ang nirerebrand nila. Like Pipo, Cube, and other chinese-made tablets na Rockchip ang processor. Dual core ng rockchip, at par na sa mid-high end phones eh.

  10. Danny says:

    Gamit ko to ngayon pag test ko sa Antutu nag close lang bat
    kaya ganun? Do naman nag reset Pedro do tumutuloy sung testing

    • Danny says:

      Sorry di na off autocorrect hahaha. Di naman nagreset pero di tumutuloy pag test. Nkalagay quad core Armv7 Processor VFPv4,Neon. Hindi A9. anu pa ba ibang pang test dito at program na pede ko makita tama nga processor nakalagay.

  11. ronald says:

    If a white variant comes out i may buy one.

  12. Rob says:

    Wewet san pla makakabili ng Pipo M9 which is 10k?

    • wewet says:

      ayokong mag sabi ng name ng shop dito dahil wala naman akong mapapala sa kanila hahaha search mo lang sa net meron kang makikita cash basis silang lahat kung credit card lang nakabili na ako..

  13. Dannie says:

    Ito ung lumabas sa test ko sa Fusion Fire

    System Android 4.1.1
    Model Fusion Fire
    Processors ARMV7 Processor rev 1
    Actions ACT-ATM7029x4 1/1.2Ghz
    with S5 Multicore Engine GPU renderer (Vivante GC1000 dualcore) Year 2012
    NEON capable (fast videos playback) RAM memory module 1Gb DDR (usable:687Mb)

    Display 1280×800

    Quadrant 2154
    CPU 4114
    Memory 1149
    I/O 3539
    2D 565
    3D 1404

    Vellamo HTML 936
    Metal 244

    Nenamark 2 – 45.1

    3D Mark (me lumabas na memory is 687Mb, required daw sa 3D Mark 1GB pero tumuloy naman)

    3D Mark 2001
    Graphics 1979
    Physics Score 2081
    Test 1 8.7fps
    Test 2 8.5fps
    Physics test 6.6fps
    Demo 9.4fps

    Yung sa battery nakalagay 4131mV.

    San makita yung 8000maH na capacity?

    • Dannie says:

      Eto update after 7 days use sa aking Fusion Fire sira ang headphone output. Di ko alam kung sira ito nung una pa kasi di ko nman na test yung headphone jack. Me sound pa din kasi yung speaker ng tablet kahit nakaplug yung headphone.

      Me Coby MID1060 tablet kasi bro ko pag lagay ng headphone jack nawawala sound sa speaker ng Coby tablet at headphone ang gumagana.

      Di ko nga pala ma recommend Coby tablet kasi di compatible sa Google Play di sya ma detect ng Google Play maliban kung marunong ka siguro mag root na hindi ko alam kung makasira sa warranty, ang gamit nya GetJar eh konti lang ung mga apps na ma download.

  14. denz says:

    sa akin ok na po yung fusion fire..sana makabili ako..ipon muna..

  15. karlsthenn says:

    whoa… it good, dami kong apps and games na install in 32GB. Di nag hang up, quality of image is okay and even playing videos hindi pixelize…. karls

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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