There are many manufacturers releasing dual-core tablets on a low budget; most of them differ in terms of display sizes and types, processor speeds and internal storage space. Here is another entrant in the market, the Destiny D90T from EAFT Technologies, which sports a dual-core processor and features a 9.7-inch display. Check out what it has to offer to its consumers.
Design and build
As we all know and must admit, the iPad is the most successful tablet out there. Budget Android tablet manufacturers are trying their level best to match the iPad’s looks, form factor and performance, but are not managing to get any closer. The EAFT Destiny D90T looks a bit like the iPad from the front due to the black bordered display with a 4:3 ratio. It has a dual-tone exterior with a matte finish metal rear panel. The chassis is made of plastic in silver while the rear metal panel has a black powder-coated finish. Only a camera and a flash is visible on the rear. The interfaces such as the mini HDMI, microSD card slot and the micro USB PC interface are placed on the right side. Also available here is the volume rocker, a mono speaker, headphone jack and the power socket. The power/standby button is placed on the top. The D90T measures 241 mm in width, 190 mm in height and 9.5 mm in thickness, and weighs a hefty 609 grams.
9.7-inch IPS display, 1024 x 768 pixels
The D90T runs on Android ICS operating system powered by a dual-core Cortex A9 processor clocked at 1.6GHz. The graphics processor is MALI-400 and the total RAM provided to the system is 1GB. The internal storage supplied is 8GB, of which 5.6GB is available as user storage while the rest is utilised by the system. The display featured here is a 9.7-inch IPS panel sporting a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. The IPS panel can recognise up to 10 touch input points simultaneously. The cameras present on the rear and front are both of 2 MP resolution with an LED flash present on the rear. Connectivity options are Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth, 3G via dongle, micro USB PC interface and mini HDMI. The entire tablet is fuelled by two 4000 mAh batteries connected internally in series as a single large 8000 mAh battery.
Metal rear panel with 2MP camera and an LED flash
A benchmark test is standard procedure for all devices we review. So we ran our battery of benchmarking apps on the tablet to find out the synthetic scores and match the tablet with others in the similar segment. The scores help in analysing the approximate performance of the device. AnTuTu scored 11357, Quadrant scored 3966 while NenaMark2 scored 56.1 fps. Linpack scored 42 MFLOPS and 77 MFLOPS in single-thread and multi-thread tests respectively. Based on the performance test outputs, we matched these scores with other budget tablets with similar specifications and found that this tablet performed well.
Volume, mini HDMI, microUSB, microSD card slot, audio out and charging port on the right
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