SmartDevices is continuing to pump out cheap Android tablets. Hot on the heels of the T7 tablet, the company is starting to show off the Smartq V3.

While the T7 has a 7 inch display and a portrait orientation that makes it look like a huge phone or a modest-sized color eBook reader, the SmartDevices Smartq V3 has a smaller 4.3 inch 800 x 480 pixel display which makes this little guy look a bit more like a portable media player.

The tablet runs Google Android 2.1, has 256MB of DDR2 memory and a 600MHz ARM11 processor. It also has USB and mini HDMI ports. The SmartQ V3 will reportedly sell for under $100 in China, although there’s no word about whether it will launch internationally.

via Cloned in China and Engadget Chinese

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5 replies on “SmartDevices introduces Smartq V3 Android tablet”

  1. If it has a capacitive display and a good analog stage in the headphone amp, it could be a neat little PMP, and since it runs Android, it should be a lot more customizable and nicer than something like the Cowon O2.

  2. With a 4.3″ screen why wouldn’t someone just get a smartphone?

    All around these tablets are pretty crummy. 🙁 They might be able to sell a few of them but this will probably end as a failed business venture for SmartDevices.

  3. one would have thought they could get hold of some low cost cortex by now.

  4. capacitive or resistive. If it is capacitive then this is worth getting, otherwise the resistive will completely ruined the experience.

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