Today, Nibiru released two new devices, the M1 and J1, as well as the new Touch Os.
The Nibiru M1 is a very large phone tablet, sporting a 7-inch display screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution. The screen is made of LTPS material (16:10, 323ppi Retina level). It uses the 1.7GHz MT6592 octa-core chipset as well as Mali 450 GPU. It has 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory space, and supports an expansion memory card. It is powered by a built-in 3500mAh detachable battery. The M1 also sports a 13mp rear camera (OV13850 sensor and LED light) and 2mp front camera. It also has a height of 8.5mm and supports WCDMA+GSM dual-SIM, Blu Ray 4.0 and OTG. The M1 costs 1288 RMB and goes on sale on September 8.
Another product that was launched was the Nibiri J1. It sports a 2.18mm frame and a 6.0-inch LG IPS screen. It uses the Snapdragon MSM8928 quad-core chipset (1.6GHz), has 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM, a 13mp rear camera (OV13850 and LED), and a 5mp front camera. It goes on sale in October and the price has not yet been announced. The J1’s OS is the new Touch 2.0 OS.