Wednesday , May 24 2017

Millennius launch new online store – Android range includes Tablets & Phones

So we’ve told you a little bit about Millennius, now we can tell you that they have just launched a new look online store. The online store now includes two variations of their Android Smartphone the Apanda A60 (8GB & 16GB) as well as two Android Tablets, the Millennius SmartQ and the Millennius SmartQ 3G. Their specs & prices can be seen in the image above. As for the quality of said items, we’re hoping to review all, if not most of them in the coming weeks, stay tuned.

 

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The_Guy
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The_Guy
I was rather vague before, but i would recommend the WITS A81E tablet. I’ve had it for a week. It runs FroYo and the App market. It runs an 800mhz Cortex A8, which makes the experience snappy, although the screen is resistive, its one of the best resistives i’ve used. Be warned, the firmware has some bugs (but so do all the other tablets, they’re just not mentioned by the salespeople 🙂 ) but WITS are releasing a new firmware every week and a half or so and there is a strong community on Slatedroid. It was around $233 shipped… Read more »
Adam
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Adam

I would have to agree with @deano.

You just cant compare, direct professional manufacturers is always best. But not the copies.

deano
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deano

i just emailed them and got a response already.

I asked about the Q7 and V7, Q7 isnt being made anymore which means you have and old model with no updated software versions and no support from the manufacturer, the 2.2 android you say you got is not supported from them. Now that is when you buy a cheap chinese fake, dont compare with australian products.
Like I said before.. There are tonnes of fake ipads going around now if you were to compare. What would you think?

Do you have android market on there? or third party app market?

roguefan99
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roguefan99
No 3G built in, suprising they must have got a custom lot done. Its possible to read pdfs on the system, but if its an image heavy pdf then you will have to wait for each page to load seperately or when ever you zoom. Think of it like this click, wait a second or two and then read. Kind of like the original Kindle with its page turns. If you can live with that then go ahead. The Smart Q7 and V7 run pdfs pretty close to each other (thanks to the hackers overclocking the Q7 to 800Mhz) from… Read more »
deano
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deano

and it doesnt have android market it has 3rd party market so you wont get all the apps that android market has.

deano
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deano
doest look any faster or better from what ive seen from the smartq v7 models. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5vzieLuZtQ a few points i would like to add: – dealing with australian company, after sale service will be alot better. – smartq products was made for china market so when buying them and using it in australia, well thats not going to be a good experience. – it is an australian company working with the manufacturer to make a good product for australian market. Anyway It is worth a try then using a $900 tablet. At lease I can sell it on ebay and… Read more »
deano
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deano
SmartQ 7 and SmartQ V7 are different models. I spoke to the guys at Millennius before purchasing it asking how it is reading pdf files as I use it alot. How the E-reader would work and also the wifi use on it. They assured me it was good and has no issues. They also said I could use a 3g Dongle on the model that they are selling without 3G built-in. I suppose you bought a copy from the chinese, you do realise that anything that comes out, is in china and copied from everyone trying to rip them off.… Read more »
roguefan99
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roguefan99

The Tablet they have is a smartQ V7 tablet, been out for quite a while now and you can usually find them for around $200US. I have the SmartQ 7 running android 2.2, but I wouldn’t recommend one of these tablets with all the ones that are coming out in the near future.

Dont expect to read a PDF on these guys either, they are awful at it. I’ve also had issues with them holding a wifi connection too but thats common of the chinese MIDs

The_Guy
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The_Guy

I have a resistive touch-screen tablet running an 800mHz Cortex A8 on Android 2.2 for $200. It is heaven :).

deano
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deano

Its not official that resistive cant use 3.0

Miikhail
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Miikhail

Yeah I have used Resistive touchscreens before, owned a Palm Zire, LG Viewty and N97 but maybe on Tablets with bigger screen sizes Resistive wont be so bad…
Im sure there’s a lot more different then capacitive. Please don’t get me wrong i’m not arguing over which is better I would have just preferred a little more so it was compatible with Android 3.0 and I would Gladly pay $500 for it! GPS and Cell radios aren’t that important to me.
Please do let us know! Thanks dude.

deano
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deano
Yes it may of pointed out that capacitive is a better experience while using your finger, but it isnt that bad. Have you ever tried resitive touchscreens? I have and I really dont mind, maybe I have a heavy finger. It also pointed out that Lg, motorola, sony etc are also using resistive touchscreens on their mobile phones. So if big companies are using it as well to cut cost for customers to be able to own one. Then why not? I mean $299 compared to tablets out there for $700 – $1000 just becuase it has a capacitive touch?… Read more »
Miikhail
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Miikhail

@Deano
Not sure why the “sheep” want capacitive but I want to be as future proofed as I can and even from that article you showed us it says “capacitive touchscreens usually provide a more pleasant user experience”. I Have A Galaxy S and LOVE the Experience.
I guess I’m just bummed that Microsoft’s Courier was cancelled 🙁

coder
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coder

I need full features for testing porpoises 😉

deano
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deano

Just pre- purchased the $299 tablet from them.
Cant wait, resistive or not its a good price for an android/linux tablet
and resistive is not that bad as people think. everyone is just sheep and dont even know why they need capacitive.
Heres a good article you guys should read http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/355922/capacitive_vs_resistive_touchscreens/

Adz
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Adz

Sorry, deano, but that link you posted seems to answer exactly why someone WOULD WANT capacitive over resistive*. I think you might’a just shot your argument in the foot mate, lol!

FWIW, the ex has a resistive Samsung “something” and it’s a royal pita to use. Gimme capacitive any day.

*unless one has a prosthesis

coder
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coder

Gave them a call, it is a resistive screen. Disqualified :/

Miikhail
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Miikhail

Actually, I lied. Not 9 times out of 10 but a lot of the time.

Miikhail
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Miikhail

When you review them can you also ask Millennius why tablet makers insist on tiny amounts of Ram? The Tablet for $299 is almost perfect but the tiny amount of ram is crippling the experience that is Android!! NM. Just notice it uses a stylus. 9 times out of 10 = Resistive.

Buzz Moody
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I would suspect it would be to cut costs, which is the same reason they use resistive displays

ChaosDave
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ChaosDave

that tablet is uber cheap

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