OrientPhone N8 is a Mediatek powered 3G Galaxy Tab 3 alternative

The OrientPhone N8 is a budget conscious quad-core, 8-inch tablet with built-in 3G and support of voice calls.

The N8 takes after the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 in the looks department from the white polycarbonate body, the physical home button and 8-inch display.

Behind the 8-inch IPS 800 x 1280 display is a quad-core Mediaket MT8389 which is basically a tablet specific version of the popular MT6589. Like it’s phone counterpart the MT8389 runs at 1.2Ghz and has built-in support for 3G and GSM networks as well as GPS, WIFI and Bluetooth.

Other features include 1GB RAM, 8GB of built-in memory, the option for and SD memory card, 8 mega-pixel rear and 5 mega-pixel front camera plus Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

OrientPhone N8 hands on video

OrientPhone N8 full specifications

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As you can probably tell by the name the OrientPhone N8 is an OEM device from online electronics specialist OrientDeal, which is where it can be bought for just shy of $204.

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