LTE enabled Android tablets are becoming the norm for the big chinese makers so it makes all the sense in the world for CHUWI to upgrade their Hipad model just for that too. The new CHUWI Hipad LTE version is the same as the previous basic version, but with the added benefits of dual SIM LTE supporting slots, GPS + Glonass and horizontal antenna layout so you are not blocking the signal too much while holding it in the landscape mode.
The tablet specs then include big 10,1-inch display with FHD 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, which in combination with the GPS chip can serve quite well as a navigational platform. Then we have the deca-core Helio X27 processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, 7000 mAh battery capacity, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 or Android 8 Oreo as the system. Of course also the full metal build and the design itself is catering a bit toward gamers.
Another addition to the basic formula is the docking port to guarantee the support of the dedicated docking keyboard, which is always a better option than the Bluetooth keyboards. So the CHUWI Hipad can also fill the need for the tablet geared not just towards gamers, but for productivity too.
Another advantage of the docking port exists in the gaming experience – there are new options for keymouse group except the conventional touch control. For shooting games such as PUBG, which requires extremely high micro-operation, keymouse group has an obvious improvement in operation accuracy compared with sliding/touching on the screen.