Yes, it is the first quad core game pad- ibenx L1-C. We just got one sample and now we are testing it. There will be more and more details released in these coming days. You can tell us what you want to know on this device and follow us here.Note: The sample that we got is without the 3G option.
We will confirm whether this function will be added when the factory public it. Below are the specification that we quota from the official site- ibenx:
OS: Android 4.1
CPU: Quad-Core ARM Cortex A7
GPU: PowerVR SGX544MP2
Screen Size: 7 inch
Resolution: 1280x800 IPS
Touchpad Capacitive Multitouch, 5 points
Front Camera: 0.3MP
Rear Camera: 5.0MP
3G: WCDMA- not on the sample that we got!
G-sensor: 3-axis G-sensor
I/O: SIM Card, Micro SD, HDMI, Micro USB, earphone x1, MIC
Audio: Integrated Hi-Fi 100dB Audio Codec, MIC with noise cancellation
Video: UHD H.264 4Kx2K
Game Features: Game Center, integrated with 9 emulators: FC/NES, SFC/SNES, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Arcade, Nintendo 64, Playstation, PSP. Virtual Key Mapping function.
The video on testing KOF97:
The video on testing Tekken 3:
The video on testing Mario Cart on ibenX:
The video on testing Dead Trigger on ibenX:
We will test the main specification and gave out our result later.
OK. Let us see more details on this device:
The cool game center which is totally different from JXD S7300 and other current handhelds:
And the keymapping menu- Later I will show you how it works:
The testing result on Antutu:
The back side really brings me a surprise. As you can see that it is designed as a "hand grip", which will help you to hold the device firmly. This avoid the device drop down or slip from your hand:
OK. Here comes the d-pad and its analog stick. The d-pad is just a little different from JXD S7300's.
The right side face buttons:
But the should button is not dual one. Only had the L, R shoulder button. No L2, R2 buttons like S7300
Here are the pictures when we turn on the device:
More testing will be released later...