U9T is a Phablet (a type of smartphone and tablet) runs on Android 4.4.2. After a few days’ use, I found it is a usable device for its proper size and excellent performance. Well, let’s have a good look at it.
What’s in the box: a phablet, an OTG cable, a micro-USB cable, an earphone and a power adapter.
The specs of U9T as below:
|Screen size: 7.0 inch|
|Screen resolution: 1920*1200|
|Battery：3700mAH Li-ion (unremovable)|
|Front-facing cam: 2MP|
|Rear camera: 5MP|
|Chipset: Rockchip 3188 Cortex A9 1.6GHz Quad-core|
|RAM: 2GB DDR3|
|Sensor: G-sensor,gyro sensor,light sensor, e-compass|
|I/O ports: Micro SD slot, HDMI output, speaker, mic|
|GPS module: Built-in GPS|
|Operating system: Android 4.4.2|
U9T comes with all-plastic hood. With its 7-inch screen and narrow bezels around it, it feels comfortable in one hand. It has various ports—micro SD port, micro SIM port, power button, volume rocker, HDMI output, micro USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack.
On the front, there is a 7-inch IPS panel, 2-MP front camera, an earpiece. The 5MP rear camera and speaker just on the back.
U9T has Rockchip 3188 Cortex A9 octa core processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and 16GB ROM. By the way, Rockchip’s RK3188 processor is one of the fastest ARM Cortex-A9 chips on the market, Android devices with RK3188 chips are faster than any Android phones, boxes and tablets.
U9T features a 7 inch IPS panel with a with a gorgeous resolution of
1920*1200 and the resolution is FHD. The color is natural, and I can see the text clearly in sharp angle.
When you open the device, the screen like this:
The phone’s basic information:
Generally speaking, U9T performances well in benchmark:
Also, it has no problem playing 1080P videos (no lag).
I tested two large games(NFS most wanted, asphalt8) on U9T. Fortunately, both run smoothly on U9T
Here is the test result with the wifi analyzer app
The review video as below:
U9T is available in Geekbuying: http://bit.ly/1miEApK