PIPO is one of the brands we follow quite a bit, since like Ramos they tend to launch affordable and nicely specced slates. One of their newcomers is the PIPO H3, the first 4G tablet to use a MediaTek MT6592 processor, that offers 4G abilities.
The CPU is an octa core 1.7 GHz unit and the H3 actually uses a combo of the MT6592 and MT6290 processors. We’re dealing with a 10.1 incher here, with a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution and a format that feels more suited to a 7 inch tablet, rather than a 10 incher. The rendering of the H3 shows that the device is similar to the T9, following a three level design, but without round ends.
We’ve got a detachable panel on the left side of the main camera and it appears that this model will support dual SIM cards and memory cards. I see that the camera has a flash, which is an atypical approach for a 10 inch tablet, particularly one that looks pretty solid and bulky.