JXD S7100 Android Gaming Tablet/Handset Boasts Galaxy S II Specs For $140


We’ve seen quite a few Android gaming handsets make their way out of China and while the JXD S7100 doesn’t look much different, it’s what this handset has on the inside that really caught our eye. Boasting specs more along the lines of a Galaxy S II device, the JXD offers almost the same processor with a dual-core Cortex A-9 processor and Mali 400 graphics core powering the device. This makes the JXD more than capable of most graphics intensive Android titles as long as they don’t require anything over Android 2.2, which the device comes shipped with. Also found inside the device is 512MB of RAM, 2MP rear/.3MP front facing cameras, 16GB of internal storage and HDMI out. A huge 7-inch touchscreen display can be found on front with a resolution of 800×480.

The JXD S7100 laughably advertises “Apple games” and most will find greater use with the available emulator apps for Android than its own custom app center. I’d say the most appeal is in its $140 price-tag making this an almost instant buy should you come across this at your local swap meet. If you want to see the JXD in action, check out the video below — oh, and you’re going to want to turn your speakers up.

[Electronista | Gadgeteer via DroidDog]




Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. IIRC, GS2’s Exynos uses an MP4 (4 core) version of Mali 400. Does this also have Mali 400 MP4?

    1. That, I do not know, good sir. You’d have to ask JDX and I’m sure they’ll tell you it has 12-cores xD

  2. If this will be updated to ICS and under 150Pounds I’d buy in a heartbeat

  3. that is one ugly….thing.

  4. This thing is definitely cool. Battery life?

  5. I will get this in a heart beat if it was here in the us.

  6. Damn u Chris I actually turned up the speakers but serious question was that Justin beiber?

  7. My main question is, would this device run a rom designed for the Galaxy S2 ?
    The main issue with all el cheapo tabletsphones is the software support.
    I would for example gladly buy a replica of the Galaxy2CaptivateGlideetc if I knew they match the hardware well enough for roms to work properly.
    If for example, a phone with physical keyboard a-la-G2, and gaming keyboard as displayed above, with exactly matching hardware to something that runs Cyanogen was to come out, I would buy it in a heartbeat. 

  8. No thanks, I’ll be waiting for Playstation Vita.

    1. no linux on ps3 no more paying for playstation products ps3 was my last ill just get a xbox 720 if they want to close everything up and took down my psn for a month and a half

      1. I’ll take free psn over $60 a year any day.

        1. i still got ps3 but doubt ill upgrade to ps4 or whatever they call it when they do i hope google/apple comes out with a gaming console so i dont have to go with microsoft but sony lost me when i couldn’t play COD or 2k11 on my psn and also took away from me playing snes and nes win i bought it for the reason to be able to play them(this is if i even buy another gaming console)

  9. My hope is that by the time the next gen consoles that we’ll start to see computers capable of emulating the current gen consoles

  10. This really caught my eye, considering that i love playing old school games… I orderd this and then realized there were no top buttons, oh well, hopefully there is a way around that… i’ll probably make a review video for everyone once it comes in.

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