One of the big success stories for chinese CHUWI brand is going to get a direct successor and the upgrades are looking pretty juicy. Yes, we are talking about the old Hi10 tablet model and it’s really about time to refresh this one with CHUWI Hi10 X. According to our information directly from the makers the model should be launching very soon and will be building on the strengths of the Hi10 series with some interesting tweaks. Another piece of good news is that they intend to keep the pricing intact. So what can we expect ?
For starters the 2-in-1 convertible tablet is getting a new processor with the Gemini Lake Intel Celeron N4100 paired with 6 GB LPDDR4 RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The 10.1-inch fully laminated G+FF IPS display with FHD resolution is kept and with the added support of the 1024-pressure level stylus pen HiPen 3 it got even better. The tablet is also boasting full metal unibody build with a docking keyboard as an extra and new set of ports. Those will even have two USB Type-C ports (one slower 2.0 for charging and one 3.0 for data). Big battery capacity will be again a thing so it looks pretty rounded to me.
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So far we have no idea about the exact launch date and pricing, but CHUWI will surely let us know about that soon. And with such important upgrades the 2-in-1 convertible CHUWI Hi10 X can be one of the more interesting budget devices to break into the New Year. Looking forward to hearing and seeing more about it. For now you can find all the info on the official website.