Chuwi Vi10 Plus tablet runs Remix OS, offers stylus support

Remix OS is something Chinese tablet makers seem to fancy. We’ve already seen a bunch of tablets with the OS, and news of more keeps coming.

The newest is the Chuwi Vi10 Plus, which runs Jide’s Android fork. The Vi10 enterprise has done well for Chuwi; back around the same time last year, we tested the Chuwi Vi10 which was quite a decent device for the money. Anyway, let’s take a look at the full specs of the Chuwi Vi10 Plus Remix OS version now.

It comes with a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1080p IPS display, an Intel Z8300 SoC, 2GB of RAM (a bit of a downer as far as I’m concerned), 32GB ROM, active stylus support, 2 mega-pixel cameras on the front and rear, 8400mAh battery and the usual suite of radio features.

That said, a 4GB RAM edition with dual boot feature (Remix OS + Windows?) is expected in the coming months, so if you’re interested stay tuned. For now, the 2GB RAM Remix OS Vi10 Plus is being offered for $119.

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