PIPO, a Taiwanese tablet and mini PC OEM/ODM manufacturer have released a new Android tablet called the PIPO N5. This new tablet has a few stand out features compared to others that have been released in the last couple of years.
For starters the PIPO N5 features 5G connectivity provided by UNISOC’s Tiger T7510 5G chipset. The UNISOC Tiger T7510 is a combination of the Ivy V510 5G modem and the Tiger T710 processor that were both released in 2020.
You might think that a release date of 2020 sounds old when this article is published in 2022, but in reality most budget Android tablets are rocking the Tiger T618 chipset and that was released in 2019.
The Ivy V510 5G modem supports sub-6GHz spectrum bands, VoNR voice call support and a download speed up to 2.3Gbps. The Tiger T710 chipset is an octacore CPU with 4x ARM Cortex-A75 cores @ 2.0GHz and 4x ARM Cortex-A55 cores @ 1.8GHz. For the GPU it uses a PowerVR 9444 @ 800Mhz.
This is an improvement over the T618 that uses 42x A75 and 6x A55 cores with an ARM Mali-G52 GPU.
Now onto the PIPO N5 features itself. The tablet has a 10.4″ 2000×1200 IPS display, 128GB or 256GB internal storage, 4GB or 8GB RAM, Android 11, 5MP Front, 13MP Rear cameras, USB-C, 3.5mm audio, Microphone, dual speakers, WiFi 5, Bluetooth, pogo pins for keyboard and a 7000mAh battery. The tablet weighs 532g and measures 250 x 160 x 8.8mm.
PIPO N5 Availability
The PIPO N5 is currently only available to be purchased in bulk from PIPO directly on Alibaba. Given that they’re an ODM/OEM we can probably expect to see big brands like Teclast, Chuwi, Alldocube and Blackview to use this tablet in the near future.
It’ll certainly be exciting to see the Tiger T710 and T7510 chipset tablets hit the market soon.