What makes the two versions different is also the processor. The cheaper 8 gig one runs on a TI OMAP 4430, the same one Motorola used on the Droid RAZR, while the 16GB one features a TI OMAP 4460, the very same processor Samsung used on the Galaxy Nexus. Best of all, both tablets come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board, which should guarantee flaw-less performance.
The only other similar device we can compare the SmartQ U7 with is the Samsung Galaxy Beam, a 4-inch phone with a 15-lumen built-in projector. The difference is definitely huge when you compare the brightness of the two. 35-lumen is far from ideal, but makes for a much more discernible image in semi-dark rooms.
- 7 inch, 1024 X 600 pixels capacitive touchscreen
- 35-lumen, 854×480 DLP projector
- 1GB RAM
- Micro SD card slot, up to 32GB
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- HDMI output
- Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 4.0
- 2MP front, 2MP back camera
- 4,800mAh battery, lasts 4 hours for projection
- Dimensions: 200.3×116.2×11.0~14.4mm, 360g
The only thing that could stop you from buying this device is the fact that you’d either need to shop for it on eBay where prices are a bit higher, or have to ship it from China and pay for courier fees. Nonetheless, it’s pretty unique.
source: Android Authority