In our previous post, we reported that almost bezel-less Redfox Horizon will have a great looking Windows tablet version together with a bunch of other interesting devices. Earlier we got an email from Redfox Technologies that revealed the partial specs of that tablet and its more than what we expected.

Redfox Horizon Tab Partial Specs Revealed! Dual Boot And To Feature A 2048x1536 QXGA Display!
Meet the Horizon Tab
To our surprise, Redfox is going to incorporate here a dual boot OS that's expected to have that custom "OS Switch" button in the interface for easier transfer from Windows to Android and vice versa that's present in their hybrid devices.

Redfox Horizon Tab Partial Specs Revealed! Dual Boot And To Feature A 2048x1536 QXGA Display!
The Gorilla Glass back of the tablet
The build quality of this tablet is gorgeous! It features an all metal frame with a design resemblance from the combination of an iPad Mini and the iPhone 4 series due to that Glass back. It's also quite handy even at the screen size of 7.85 inches, very thin at 7.0 inches and lightweight at just 295g.

Redfox Horizon Tab Partial Specs Revealed! Dual Boot And To Feature A 2048x1536 QXGA Display!
The sides of the tab showing the buttons
The rest of the specs...

It's a midrange tablet based on this specs (It still may change though)
The Redfox Horizon Tab uses a 7.85 2048 x 1536 IPS QXGA display, 1.33 GHz - 1.86 GHz quad core Intel Z3735F processor, 2 GB RAM, 64 GB of internal storage (TBC if expandable), 4,800 mAh battery, 5 / 2 MP rear and front cameras, weighs at 295g and measures at 132 x 203 x 7.0 mm.

For now, from what I've seen in the product preview of Redfox is this is an interesting tablet that looks great. This could be just right for the students and executives due to that good combination of design, power and portability. I'm looking forward to know now is the exact pricing as Redfox hints that this will be very competitive.

We'll definitely keep you guys posted!
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