Colorfly U975 Q1 with 9.7″ screen, quad-core CPU to hit China this month

Colorfly, best known for its ‘audiophile’ music players like the C3 and CK4, is all set to give a green signal to its latest tablet, the Colorfly U975 Q1.

The device is in line to see a launch later this month in China, with specifications which make it a decent alternative to any high-end Apple or Samsung tablet. The device will have a 9.7-inch screen with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, also titled ‘retina’ by sellers in China. As you might be aware, the term ‘Retina display’ is actually an Apple brand name for displays with pixel density greater than what they think is enough for a human eye to distinguish between pixels.

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The U975 Q1 is also expected to feature a metal-clad CNC-processed body, giving other local manufacturers like Aoson (known for better than average build) a run for their money. It will come with a quad-core processor of unspecified make and/or frequency, joined by 2GB of RAM and a wholesome 32GB of internal storage. Lastly, the rear camera on the U975 Q1 will be an 8 mega-pixel shooter with no word on front-facing specs.

Expect more info on the Colorfly U975 Q1 at the time of its launch!

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  1. highwind
    February 9, 2014

    Hopefully a Amlogic M802 Processor Tablet with Bluetooth and option for black color (which the Onda V975m is both lacking)

    • Nahúm Pérez Mesa
      February 10, 2014

      I hope so! i actually have a Onda v975m with AMlogic M802 and i are amazed with the tablet ^^

      And for the Bluetooth and 3G, don’t forget that is a OTG usb, you can use a dongle drive 😉

      • highwind
        February 11, 2014

        thats true but you run in problems when using ipad flipcase/stand with integrated bluetooth keyboard because they often cover the usb port