Original Road’s N90 dual core tablet upgrade gets exposed, few configuration parameters inside
TweetBarely days after we mortified folks still rocking Original Road’s N90 single core; well, original Road was holding its dual core card close to the chest. Just like the old saying: “If a tree falls in the forest and no one’s around to hear it, does it make a sound?” We’re enticed to take forward that question to Original Road as it clears its old single core 7-inchers product portfolio to embrace the new era of dual cores. Just saying. Following the likes of Blue Devils’ W17Pro, this outfit is bringing its 7-inch dual core sequel to the masses. As if Original Road’s N90 lineup weren’t previously overflowing, this gentleman accompanies internals that are closely identical to its first single core N90. So, what more has changed other than doubling up the processor?
Not really much specs, though, have tasted upgrades: of course the new dual-core AMLogic Cortex A9 Mali-400 GPU processor, 1GB of DDR3, 32GB and 64GB versions of the storage capacity, the same front-facing camera with VGA resolution. Still, bordering 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 resolution IPS screen material that provides 178 ° viewing angle remains intact, as does the 2.0-megapixel back camera, microSD slot and OTG, HDMI. It’s a mystifying hardware refresh steering in meek tweaks to an established design, with of course Google’s latest OS. Now, is that hardware upgrade alone convincing enough to justify an entirely fresh piece of hardware in Original Road’s lineup? Perhaps, perhaps not. It all boils down to cost, which if welcoming, then this WiFi dual core slate on a newly minted OS is what your wallet could be angling for.
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