CloudFone’s newest tablet may not be the cheapest homegrown device in town, but it makes the deficit up with some impressive hardware and software.
CloudFone’s partnership with Intel births another tablet that has a few noteworthy innovations under the hood. On the outside, the CloudFone One 7.0 has an aluminum frame and back panel to add durability but also lends a slight heft. The 7-inch IPS display is the right size for viewing movies of games, or even reading ebooks and comics – a big plus in our books!
Under the hood is where the One 7.0 shines. It is the first tablet in the brand’s lineup to come with Android 5.0 Lollipop and CloudFone has promised that OS updates will come for the device like other Android One-powered smartphones and tablets. A 64-bit, 1.83GHz quad-core Intel Atom processor beats at the heart of the tablet, complemented by 1GB RAM, an 8GB expandable memory (via microSD) allotment, a 5MP rear camera, and a 1.3MP front shooter.
While the on-board memory may be a little low, the expansion capability of the tablet is boosted by USB OTG, allowing you to slap a flash drive on it and binge-watch your favorite series. If you’re wondering about the battery life, never fear. CloudFone devices have been known to have impressive juice capacities, and the One 7.0 is no exception. At 4,000mAh and the Intelligent Battery Management system, you’ll never have to fear of running out of power.
Overall, the CloudFone One 7.0 has enough processing and battery power to get you through a clan war in Clash of Clans with your friends, play Hearthstone, watch a movie, or even edit your documents with no worries of not having a powerbank on hand for a top up. And thanks to Android One, you’re assured of system updates for Android for up to two years, keeping the tablet relevant without upping the price point.
The CloudFone One 7.0 retails at P6,999 and is now available at all CloudFone dealerships, kiosks, and partner establishments nationwide.`