Onda are well renowned in China, and across the world for their low-cost Android tablets with great design and outstanding performance, and their latest table the Onda V811 carries on this tradition.
The Onda V811 tablet has just gone on sale in China and Chinese tech sites are getting their first hands on with the new 8 incher and the overall conclusion is job well don for Onda again!
Priced at around $140 most people will be looking at picking up the Onda V811 as a cheap tablet they can throw in their bag and take with them for use while commuting to work, relaxing or the odd bit of gaming during your lunch break, however after a quick look at the specs you will soon see this little tablet is quite a capable unit.
The screen for a start is an 8 inch 5 point multi-touch unit with a resolution of 1024 x 768 which at this price point isn’t to shabby, then there is the dual-core 1.5Ghz CPU and 1GB RAM which is capable of running most games and applications without breaking in to a sweat!
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It also appears Onda have put a lot of thought in to the design of the Onda V811 as they have made the body extremely thin at the edges to aid comfort and grip, without sacrificing the numerous plugs and ports we have come to expect Android tablets to ship with, in this case micro USB, micro SD card reader, HDMI out and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Speaking of Android Onda have loaded Android 4.0.3 on the V811 as standard which supports Google Play so you will have no problem downloading apps and games with your Google Play account.
If you are wondering about performance then don’t worry too much about the Onda V811 as thanks to the dual-core 1.5Ghz CPU and 1GB RAM this 8 inch tablet manages and impressive 6574 on Antutu and a 3299 Quadrant score!
Overall if you’re looking for a low-cost tablet with high performance and a great design you would be hard pushed to beat the Onda V811!
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In the screenshot, frequency is 1.2GHz, not 1.5GHz.
Oh good spot! I’ll double check!
Hey Andi, can you see any difference between this and the V802? From what I can see they both have the same screen and cpu.
Very nice blog, congrats!
In your opinion is the v811 better than tha Pipo S2? What 8′ would you choose if u where to buy one today?
Thanks a lot.
You might also mention most of the preloaded apps are in chinese and are absolutely useless anywhere else and that the instructions are alo in chinese as is their webpage as afr as I can see. Can the preloads be removed as they take up space on the screen and memory.
Battery life on onda is absolutely useless’ would not recommend, except you want to run it on main power all the time