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Jxd S7800

JXD S7800
Developer JXD
Manufacturer JXD
Type Handheld game console
Tablet computer
Release date October 2013
Introductory price ≈$140 USD
Operating system Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), Upgradable to Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)
CPU Model A: AllWinner A31s (quad core, 1GHz Cortex A7 CPU, Power VR SGX 544 mp2 GPU)
Model B: RockChip 3188 (quad core, 1.6 GHz Cortex A9 CPU, ARM mali400 GPU)
Memory 1GB or 2GB RAM DDR3
Display 7-inch, 1280x800 IPS
Controller input D-pad
2 × Analog Circle Pads
L1/R1, L2/R2 bumper buttons
A, B, C, D face buttons
Volume buttons
Start and Select buttons
Power button
Camera 0.3M front camera, 1.9M back camera
Touchpad five-point capacitive touchscreen
Connectivity WiFi
headphone jack
Mini HDMI output
MicroSD card slot
Dimensions length: 245 mm, width:120.5 mm, height:16.5mm
Weight 500 g
Predecessor JXD S7300
Related articles JXD
JXD 1000
Website Official Website

The JXD S7800 is a quad-core, 7-inch Android tablet and portable game console produced by Chinese manufacturer JXD. The device was announced in mid 2013, with the release predicted to late August or early September, but delayed to mid October. It is available in two models, the S7800A (with an AllWinner A31s SoC) and the S7800B (with a RockChip 3188 SoC and more RAM).[1]

Two game consoles compared: JXD and PSP

See also


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External links

  • JinXing Digital Co. product page
  • JXD official store page
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