Although this machine doesn’t have dual screen, it still looks like Nintendo new gaming product — 3DS XL. This machine named JXD S5100. It’s from a Chinese maker Jin Xing. They had made lots of knockoff handheld game consoles previously, like the PSP clone back in 2010. With JXD S5100, it comes with a 5-inch 800×480 resolution display, ARM A9 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of ROM, and it costs no more than 799 yuan (around $130). More pics and video after the break.
The design of the control stick and the other physical buttons are basically identical to Nintendo’s 3DS XL (check out the original design here).
This photo shows there’s a rear camera on its back, but we don’t know how many megapixel it is though.
Since it is running Android 2.3.4, there’re a variety of apps like Sina Weibo, Weixin (a.k.a. China’s Whatsapp), Youku, etc. And, of course, it has WiFi to connect your device to the internet.
JXD S5100 also allows users to watch video online, chat on instant messenger, listen to music and shop online.
Price? There’re two versions. The low-end version costs 599 yuan (around $97), and the high-end version is at 799 yuan (around $130). The low-end version sports a resistive touchscreen with two fingers multi-touch support, has a 2500 mAh of battery and a 0.3 megapixel camera, and missing out a HDMI out; the high-end version has a capacitive touchscreen with five fingers multi-touch support, HDMI port, a 3400 mAh battery and a 2.0 megapixel camera.
The original 3DS XL will first launch in Japan and Europe on the 28 July, then hits North America in August at a price of $199.
Source: QQ Tech (Chinese translated)
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