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|Operating System||Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)|
|Dimension (in)||4.8 x .40 x 7.6|
|Resolution (px)||600 x 1024|
|Touchscreen||IPS LCD Capacitive|
Bluetooth v2.1; Wi-Fi/3G/HSDPA connectivity; SIM; Front- and rear-camera; Micro USB; MicroSD
|Battery Life||5 hrs|
The new tablet Allview AX1 Shine comes equipped with a 7-inch IPS display, capacitive-touch many at a resolution of 1024 × 600 pixels. The panel technology of around 170ppi offers a more than decent visual experience whether surfing the internet, reading a magazine or watching a movie.
At only 347 grams tablet is easy to handle and not get tired if you keep more time in one hand. It is slightly heavier than a EvoTab Fun, for example, but that it is not a problem. Size 122.6 * 93.7 * 10.2mm fits well in my hand and in my jacket pocket.
Allview AX1 Shine provides support for a default SIM card and the option of initiating and receiving calls or SMS. The tablet comes equipped with a 3G module capable of operating in 2G networks: GSM 900/1800/1900 and 3G: WCDMA 2100.
In conclusion, we draw the Allview AX1 SHINE in terms of quality to price ratio. Its interface provides clear images and beautiful colors, while the battery charges pretty quickly. But against all this, the tablet has a weak wireless signal, the sound is not up to expectations and its headphones are the worst kind. On a scale of 1 to 5, the AX1 Shine scores a 2/5.