Ever since CoolPad and Huawei launched their 7-inch phablets, the line between phablet and tablet has been blurred now a challenger to these big brand behemoth’s has launched.
The OrientPhone Mega Pro 7.0 takes everything we love about the Coolpad 9976A and Huawei Medipad X1 devices but makes the large screen experience more accessible by keeping costs low and making itself available to international customers.
Features of the OrientPhone Mega Pro 7.0 include a 7-inch full HD 1920 x 1200 display, octacore 1.7-ghz Mt6592 processor, 2GB RAM, and built-in 3G, so yes you can browse the web while on the go and even make phone calls. Supported networks include GSM 850/900/1800/1900Mhz and WCDMA 850/2100Mhz.
Having a Mediatek processor on board also means that the Pro has dual-SIM support, micro SD card reader for 32GB cards and even a decent 13 mega-pixel camera on the rear capable of 1080 video recording (we checked this with Oriendeal to confirm).
Other nice features include a 3500mAh battery, OTG and included smart cover with viewing window. The OrientPhone Mega Pro 7.0 is on sale now for $259.68 where as a similar Coolpad 9976A costs as much as $400!
Could a 7-inch, octacore Orientphone Mega Pro 7.0 have room in your life?