I bought this tablet down with the idea of using it as a GPS in the car. I was impressed with the build quality and hardware.
Try-it, indeed, an Phablet, in other words, um phones tablet. The Freelander PD20 can make calls using one of its two SIM cards, plus access the 3G and serve as traditional tablet.
The construction is very robust, great for use in the car. On the side we have the entrance of the mini-USB charger, And HDMI output for headphone.
At the top we have the most of this amazing tablet: not only no built-in support for 3G as there is also space for two SIM cards. As with any Android, only one of the operators working in 3G while the other remains with the 2G. Select this should be on the screen “mobile” configuration.
One idea is to place a chip to make connections, it may even be a pre-paid, and others who may be some internet service, as those that sell modems. I use a 3G chip Vivo and another TIM prepaid.
Besides the space for two SIM cards also have input to SD memory card, Besides the buttons for power and volume.
In the back we have the speaker, that is not very good, a hole to reset and back camera 2Mpixels. There is also a front camera of equal value. You can even use the video calling!
Even more striking is the presence of analog TV. Not that it is usable, after analog TV sucks!
This to the canvas bloqueio. Below the status of networks Vivo and Tim put this phone-tablet.
The interface is standard Android 4.0 ICS. I found the icons too small and in the future I change the DPI. Inside the car is hard to click on this icon so small.
The tablet is a single core 1.2GHz, but despite having moved around hardware specifications must say that everything works fine. Programs open quickly and leaves nothing to be desired for the new dual / quad core. Point to the manufacturer who knew Freelander compile a version of Android lean and functional.
The WiFi performance is impressive. I got access to my network even play my building, five floors down from my router. I also started to get a lot of networks must be more than the neighboring buildings. The good reception reminds me WiFi antenna PC.
This is the interface dialer. Here's a tip, Originally this interface will open in portrait format (standing). To force it into landscape you must use a program called Rotation Control, which can be downloaded from the Market.
In the image below the tablet-phone is dialing, which automatically enables the speakerphone. The speaker is not very good, but there are other good options to use the FM transmitter, headphones or Bluetooth.
The Market works fine. As fast as on my tablets and phones dual / quad core. I must emphasize how good this firmware.
O AnTuTu de 3535 is a good score for a tablet-phone single core. I do not expect it to play any little game 3D inside the car while dirigo.
Here is the information screen showing system hardware specifications:
Camera specifications shown in the screen below:
It is usually very difficult to buy a tablet with 3G, and further with two SIM and can make calls using any one of. Below, in detail, the WiFi network connected and both telephone network with full signal.
Below we have the camera working, it does not seem very useful in the car. An unfortunate defect shown in this photo is the screen is very reflective. One problem for use in sunny or brightly lit. Maybe a matte LCD Screen Protector solves this misfortune.
After some time I managed to do analog TV function reasonably. Logical, for this, you'll need to be very close to the transmitting antenna as I am here in Tijuca, RJ.
Interesting is also that, if good sign, UHF will pick up!
Below, in detail, the connection to the 3G network of HSDPA operator Vivo. There is no support for H , though I think very little difference compared to the lack of quality of mobile internet operators.
For me the most interesting is access to Google Maps using A-GPS and EPO to greatly accelerate GPS positioning. May be used, including, the system online traffic from Google itself. Too bad the system to find the way Google Maps is not very good, which leads me to believe that it is better to download another browser in the GPS Market.
The speaker of the tablet is not very good, but a great option is to use the FM transmitter device and send the audio to your car radio without the need for wires. In this photo, for example, the audio from the tablet will be broadcast on FM and to welcome you just tune the car radio to the frequency 100.1 MHz.
This is, undoubtedly, the best tablet I've ever bought in China. I will definitely look tablets brand Freelander future, they are apparently very good. Quem tem interesse em comprar deixo abaixo links de vários tablets Freelander na confiável loja Banggood. Pity that currently the Freelander PD20 3G, object of this review, is sold out.