Octa Core Performance on Android Lollipop 5.1
Powered by popular MTK Octa core processor, Android 5.1 Lollipop. 9.6″ big display (IPS 1280*800) and multi-touch screen, provides a wide view angle.
Built-in 3G wireless Internet,support GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, WCDMA 2100MHz.Dual SIM card slot ,dual stand by.

CPU:MTK Octa-Core 2.0Ghz
OS:Andriod Lollipop 5.1
Support Bluetooth/GPS/3G function
support GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz,WCDMA 2100 MHz
2GB RAM,32GB ROM Resolution:1280*800 Webcam Front 2.0MP Back 5.0MP Camera
G-sensor Support
Power Battery 5000mAh Li-ion Battery Working Time Up to 7 Hours
Power Device Adapter Input 100-240V 50/60Hz output- 5V-2A
Color – Black
Net Weight 0.49kg
Office Support MS Office Word, PPT, Excel Email Email, POP3/SMTP/IMAP4 Others QQ, Skype.
Multi-Media Video AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MKV, WMV etc. Picture JPG/BMP/PNG/GIF. E-Book PDF, TXT etc.
Port 1 x Micro USB Slot
1 x TF Card Slot
2 x SIM Card Slot
1 x Earphone Jack

What’s in the box:
1 x Tablet PC
1 x Screen Protector
1 x User’s Manual

3 thoughts on “2016 New 9.6″ OctaCore Tablet Phone with Android Lollipop 5.1-IPS 1280×800 Display, GPS, Bluetooth, DUAL SIM, Unlocked worldwide -BLACK

  1. JochyStarz says:

    Not As Advertized ! This product was verify by me with CPU-Z, this tablet is being Knowingly or unknowingly advertized as “the newest MTK8752 Octa-Core CPU, 2.0Ghz ,Google android lollipop 5.1 OS.It comes with 2G DDR3 RAM + 16GB phone storage This tablet pc includes a SD card slot which can support extra 32GB memory card expanding storage upto 48GB” …… IT IS NOT: is an F960 (K960) with an MT6580 with a Mali-400 gpu, IT IS NOT 16GB of internal space is 1.9gb of ram, 1.94gb of internal storage and 10.32gb of phone storage, It maybe an IPs display but is oggly and not behind glass, The screen and the whole tablet is just a cheap pc of PLASTIC, the screen protector is useless, extremely difficult to put, only 1 change to make ti work otherwise is going into the garbage. tablet run fast but not gonna win any marathon but to me this is more a like a 75 dollar toy, the cameras are a complete JOKE, flash doesn’t reach more than a feet. Its good for kids…

  2. Tim says:

    Awesome Fully Functonal Tablet! This tablet has worked great for me. I have loved testing it out and learning about all of its features. I have used this tablet for a variety of functions including streaming music, playing games, checking email/Facebook, writing Word documents, and browsing the Internet and Amazon. Please see my video for full details but I will break down some of the features below.Physical Features: The tablet itself is very light and feels nice and thin in your hands. It feels like it has a small profile. There is both a front and back camera which will get the job done if you need it. There is a removable compartment on the back of the device for SIM card and micro SD card (which is another option if you want more storage). The charging port (micro USB) is right above this compartment on the side of the device. The microphone jack, power button, and volume controls are nearby along the short side of the device. Other than that, those are…

  3. John_1 says:

    Biggest waste of money. “DO NOT BUY”. Biggest waste of money. “DO NOT BUY”. First off it came 2 days late after paying for extra shipping, Second it came in Chinese, thank goodness i had a found something on google about this device to swap to English… It wont read any sd cards over 16gb, it comes pre-loaded with a old version of antutu which cannot be updated” it lies about the speed fully” I did cpu-z and geekbench3 and both rated it much lower than what american pumpkins show.. The phone section is even worse.. Yes it takes sim cards but you cannot put 4g sims in it the must be 3g. The device does not know what to do if you put 4gg sims in it. it wont allow you to load the google now loader, and other applications that require the google now loader.. It feels really cheaply built. It will not handle movies from 480p up to 1080p as stated it does. Sound is poor quality, the ac adapter is poor as well, did not even stay inserted into device correctly. I would be afraid to leave it plugged in to charge…

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