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People bashing on China just so they can?

Pathetic.
post #22 of 25
90% sure this is the Utopia A10. Which means it's based on the Telechip TCC8902.

The biggest problem from my perspective is the GPU is a Mali-200. This would be around the performance of a PowerVR 530 (if the little research I did is right). Now this may not be a huge issue (the 530 is used in the droid x and defy) but I'm not sure what freq of mali they are using or the effect of running 1024x600 (50% more pixels).

One last note. I do believe that there is a version of 2.3 available for it.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stikes View Post
Two things you NEVER buy from China:

1) Electronics

2) Dog Food.
Fixed.
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Yea, not everyone is fortunate enough to eat the non biodegradable crap that comes out of America. Some countries, like China, even have to use actual ingredients in their food. We must pray for the less fortunate.
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Stop bashing China. Please.

I used it at a electronic "mall" just yesterday. It works, touch screen is fine, a little laggy but it works. It should be fine for browsing the internet/ checking your mail.
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