A very non-standard novelty has been prepared by the company Hisense, which, after the latest addition called Hisense F50 5G, is going to put tablets bearing the Hisense E22 mark on sale. The Chinese producer re-selected the chipset from the less widespread supplier Unisoc (formerly Spreadtrum). The device was first mentioned by the chipset manufacturer on its official Twitter account, while Hisense did not reveal a single more detailed information.
The tablet is intended primarily for educational purposes in children, and not only for this reason, a 10.1-inch panel with FullHD+ resolution was used. There are relatively thick frames around the display or there is also a camera for video calls. The hardware page will be controlled by an eight-core T610 processor from Unisoc.
The size of the RAM and internal storage is not yet fully understood. In addition to the usual WiFi connection, they will support data transfers via the SIM card located in the dual-SIM slot and also promise the possibility of making phone calls.
One of the features of Hisense E22 will be a rear camera module for four cameras, which is unusual for a tablet, and the main camera will record with a resolution of 32 MP. Unfortunately there are no pictures on the back of the tablet, so the design of the cover and camera unit remains unknown. Among other things, the support of two SIM cards (4G), VoLTE and ViLTE, should be mentioned. Unfortunately, no data on RAM and storage capacity is currently reported.