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Chinese tablet maker qualifies OpenHarmony compatibility certification



Tongxin Business Tablet OpenHarmony

A Chinese tablet maker – Tongxin business has qualified for the compatibility test of the OpenHarmony evaluation. As the name reflect, this tablet is for commercial and business purposes. Alongside, it has some powerful arrangements in its core that could provide a better and more stable experience.

According to the latest reports, the Tongxin business tablet has a system based on the OpenHarmony 3.1 release. Further, the device equips the UNISOC T618 processor in its core and comprises the USmart V20 software build.

Tongxin is familiar with using OpenHarmony solutions for its software and hardware products. And this time, the cooperation is trying to bring a new huge screen gadget that can offer reliable performance in the enterprise section.

Tongxin Business Tablet – Key Specs

Speaking of the tablet, it consists of a high-end processor. This UNISOC T618 is an octa-core architecture LTE (Long-Term Evolution) chip. It stands on 12nm process technology and includes two CPUs of 2.0GHz and six power-efficient ARM Cortex A55 Cores up to 2.0 GHz. On the other hand, the processor holds a GPU of ARM Mali G52 3EE 2-Core.

In terms of memory, the device contains LPDDR3 and LPDDR4/4x. Consequently, these RAMs consume less power and give more energy to the device to run effectively. There is also a 64MP rear camera that is capable of portraits and AI-related functions.

Tongxin Business Tablet OpenHarmony

Apart from the processor, the new business tablet also equips the USmart V20 interface of the Tongxin terminal. Ultimately, this system is also relying upon the OpenHarmony surface and exhibits its various features on smart gadgets. The tablet also features connectivity tools such as GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, and more.

OpenHarmony 3.1

Let’s not forget about the dynamic OpenHarmony 3.1 release. It is the coherent infrastructure of functions that amplifies the performance of smart gadgets. It increases the functionality of the kernel section and improvizes the base of the system.

Apart from this, it also enhances the driver establishment and offers better quality interfaces. Thus, the OpenHarmony system plays is equally important for the device as the other components.


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