GooPad mini 7 finally goes on sale in Standard and Plus versions

GooPad mini 7 finally goes on sale in Standard and Plus versions


Way back late last year, Apple released the Apple iPad mini and just hours after the launch Goopad gatecrashed the party with news of the Goopad mini! It’s taken some months but the GooPad mini 7 is finally on sale.

Currently there are more than a handful 7-inch mini tablets on the market and GooPad are bringing not 1 but 2 additional options both packing quad-core Mediatek processores and built-in 3G!

Weighing in at just $190 is the GooPad Mini 7 Standard with 7-inch 1280 x 800 display, 1GB RAM, quad-core MT6589 CPU, single SIM, GPS, AGPS and a single 4,800mAh removable battery!

If you’re the type of user who like to mix business with pleasure then the dual SIM GooPad Mini 7 Plus is the tablet for you. Costing slightly more than the standard at $240, the GooPad Mini 7 Plus version also get’s an additional 4,800mAh battery and a quad-core MT8389 processor.

Both the GooPad mini 7 Standard and Plus feature dual-cameras and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean all packed up in an alloy body measuring 192.4 x 114 x 8.6mm.

 GooPad Mini 7 Plus Unboxing Video

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  • When and where can this wonderful phablet be delivered, and at what extra cost to HCMC (Vietnam)?
    The only disadvantages seem to be no HDMI connection and no media file .flv format.

    • darkwing

      Quite sure flv can be added through software. HDMI Is somewhat a downer though… (not quite a deal breaker)

  • prabu

    When hands-on video of UMi???
    u too playing cards close tour heart??
    waiting for it for 3 days

    • I just this moment planned to do it, however the battery is flat… Charging it now and should be up today.

  • herry atlantis

    how much now?
    where in Indonesia…the shop purchase….,please?

    • links in the article

  • Gautham

    so which processor is better ?

    • darkwing

      I think they made a mistake and processor for both is MT6589, since there i can’t seem to find any mtk official reference to a mt8389 processor.

      • No its correct. Lenovo are using the MT8389 in some of their tablets too.

        • darkwing

          Well then what are the specs for this SoC? What IP Cores is it using? What GPU (also IP cores) is using? What other components are built in on that SoC? And where is specs sheet from mtk?

  • Camaman

    Thats great now just make a 300ppi and ~10″ version of the PLUS version with the same hardware for a perfect Tablet…

    • Rocker

      Agreed – 10″ retina display version with MHL or HDMI port at a good price = buy!

  • does it support hdmi???

  • Frank Wu

    Is there Bluetooth? Don’t see any in the Specs!

    • I can’t imagine it wouldn’t

  • Frank Wu

    Yup, Orientdeal came back and confirmed Bluetooth is available.

  • darkwing

    ROM 4gb, god damn why can’t they put atleast 8 gbs as rom? And for the ones who say “there is an sd so you can have more memory” It is not the same, it is always better to have more built in memory.

  • Tanja_1975

    Is both versions available directly at orientdeal? I don’t find this tablet else where.

  • Chad

    Does anyone Know this is FCC and CE certified ?? Has the previous versions been FCC and CE?