In recent years, many tablet manufacturers have decided to sell tablets with eight-core processors. These tablets use chips developed by MTK. CHUWI’s new product, the VX3 will use the MT6592 octa-core chip becoming one of the first tablets to use this chip.
The CHUWI VX3 will first be sold at JD.com for about 999 RMB （$159.74）from May 5 to 12.
The VX3 uses the octa-core MT6592 processor with a main frequency of 2GHz. It is the only 1000 RMB tablet that runs on it right now and uses a built-in 2GB DDR3 ram and 16GB memory space (expandable). It also has a 2Mp x 8Mp dual-camera (Samsung sensor/f/2.4 aperture/LED), and runs on a 3000mA battery.
The CHUWI VX3 runs on the Android 4.4 operating system and is customized. It can also support the WCDMA/GSM dual-SIM card and HDMI function as well as sensory functions commonly found in smart phones. Its measurements are 191 x 106 x 7.9mm.