Quietly released in the Philippines and offering an affordable 3G Jellybean tablet is the Neo OmniPAD. It features dual-SIM 3G connectivity and it runs on a dual-core CPU with 1GB RAM.
Neo already had a 10.1-inch Edge OmniPad back then but this one is quite different. It has a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 and dual SIM capabilities. The OS isn’t that much outdated too with Android 4.1 Jellybean.
Neo OmniPAD specs:
7-inch 1024×600 IPS LCD display
1.2GHz dual-core CPU
1GB DDR3 RAM
8GB internal memory w/ micro SD
2 megapixel camera
VGA front-facing camera
Android 4.1 Jellybean
For Php6,999, you can get that package with a lot more. CMK Cellphones has it listed here if you want to check it out.
bakit po ang tagal ma fully charge ng neopad ko kahit naka OFF pa ang unit??
ok po kaya ito?5400 ang nakitan kong price sa sm north
s PC EXPRESS 5,500 na lang as of Today
Bumili po kayo? kumusta po performance para sa price niya? ok po ba? balak ko kasi bumili niyan pang gift. thanks
tama dapat naka advertise yung CPU Brand wag yung basta dual core lang
Hindi ba talaga ito nag vibrate wala talaga eh kahit anong settings gawin ko
kumusta yung neo pad niyo? ok po ba? balak ko kasi bumuli pang gift.
anng brand ung cpu at gpu nya.. i,portante kasing malaman namin eh..
mediatek ang processor nito… taiwan
Just an update. 6500 na lang sya per PC Corner ad. This would be the cheapest dual sim in the market as far as i know. http://www.tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=24253625
Since neo is rebranding units from the chinese suppliers, what is the brand and or model used for neo omnipad?
No credit sa tipster? hahaha
Nice move, Neo! Please support these products all the way. Just checked Neo’s website, there was no mentioned about this tablet. Being an avid user and recommender of Neo-branded computers, bit disappointed with the lack of support for such type of products – even with previous model, Neo Edge Omnipad. Neo have to diversify your product portfolio or they will be left at the side.
I hate OEMs just putting “DUAL-CORE” without actually putting the model/type of cpu
Totally in agreement!
Totally Agree! Its either they are hiding the kind of processor they use, so that prospective buyers won’t be able to research about the performance of the processor, and make an informed decision, or they just think that consumers are idiots thinking that they can easily wow them into thinking that the more features, the better the product is. thereby foregoing the kind of processor it has.
Please make a review of this sir Abe :D
Not bad given the price. :)