We’re in the season of E3 2017, so we should also see some gaming tablets these days. One of them may just be the JXD S192K, which is an Android gaming tablet, that will debut this month, according to fresh rumors.
Reports show that the device may come as soon as this Saturday. JXD is a Shenzhen-based company and they’ll be making a 7 inch IPS LCD device with a Full HD resolution and a Rockchip CPU inside. That one is a Rockchip RK3288 CPU, a 64 bit chipset with 4 Cortex A17 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz. Taking care of the graphics part is a Mali-T764 GPU and we also get 4 GB of RAM, as well as up to 64 GB of storage.
MicroSD is also here and sources say that this tablet is an updated version of the JXD Singularity 192, with a similar design and more potent specs. JXD S192K is expected to have a price tag of $359, competing in the midrange area of the slate market. The key here is the pair of integrated physical controllers, the differentiating factor compared to other companies.
These are non removable ones, unlike those of the Nintendo Switch. This means that the new JXD product is clearly meant for gaming 24/7 and less other tasks. A welcome boost is the fact that the device ships with over 2500 retro games, similar to Betend, that will be available for free download. A 10.000 mAh battery also sounds amazing here, with the promise of up to 12 hours of battery life. We’re not sure which Android runs here.