Most tablet makers have realized that the 7.8 inch and 8 inch slate segment is hugely popular right now and they keep making such devices. However, there are some risk takers, like the company that made the Fine9 Glory tablet shown below, tackling the void niche of 9 inch devices.


We’re dealing here with a product that packs a 9 inch 1920 x 1280 IPS screen and inside it we find a quad core Rockchip RK3188 processor, as well as 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage. Android 4.2 is the of choice and we’ve got a dual camera setup, with a 5 MP back shooter and a front 2 MP cam. There’s USB 2.0 on board, HDMI, TF card slot and support for GSM calls and 3G.

The device is compatible with 4G LTE connectivity and the Fine9Glory is supposed to measure 11 mm in thickness and weigh 486 grams. From what I understood there’s not an exact compatibility with 4G for now, as the source link claims, so not all markets will get it for this tablet. Sadly there’s no price for it…