The Onda V919 3G Phablet scrapes the bottom of the budget market, it is a low end Android Phablet that offers built-in 3G capabilities with support for phone call and text . In terms of looks, the tablet is the same with the Onda V919 Air, which is referenced to iPad Air. The Sofia Chipset and 1 GB RAM underneath offers good performance especially paired with Android 5.1 Lollipop, it isn’t a blistering Chipset but enough for day to day use. The Mali-450MP chipset is also good enough for low to mid gaming possibilities.
Low Resolution Screen
Clearly the Onda V919 3G Phablet doesn’t offer much, the low resolution screen paired with a 9.7 inch screen isn’t pretty and offer just mediocre user experience, the low end screen is especially noticeable when zoomed on text’s or images. However, paired with a low powered SoFIA Chipset, the combination is actually good. The performance is much smoother and gaming performance is actually better.
Limited 3G frequencies
The 3G frequencies supported are limited, and most of the bands I think are only available on Asian regions. But the 2G network is International and probably has a much wider support.
Suited for those looking for a cheap Android Phablet or probably a gift, the Onda V919 3G Phablet is a good choice. But there are also cheaper alternatives available, the Teclast X70R (Sofia Chipset), Chuwi Vi7 or if you prefer windows tablets, then there are plenty of reboot Cherry Trail Tablets to choose from. You can check it here
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