JXD S192K Singularity Android Gaming Tablet Review


Hello and welcome to another TV box stop presentation. It’s your host Nick here once again, and today
I’m straying a bit from my usual review of TV boxes to feature a different device. This device is no movie streaming TV box,
in fact, it’s actually a tablet designed with built in gamepad controls. This device, is the JXD Singularity, S192K
gaming tablet. Coming Up next, I’ll be doing a full review
of its hardware and features, so stay tuned, you have more in a moment. So I’m back, and this is the box that the
device comes in. To the front there’s a picture of the tablet,
and below here it states that it has 4GB of RAM To the back, we have some specifications,
it says that it comes with a 7 inch ISP 1080p display with a resolution of 1920 by 1200
pixels. The Processor is a quad core cortex A17 CPU
The GPU is the Mali T764 GPU It plays 4K videos on an HDMI 1080p output. It has a 10000 MAh Lithium ion polymer battery. It has a 5 MP front camera, and It comes with
WiFi and gamepad controls. So I’ll take a minute to unpack the contents
of the box. So in the box, you have the device itself. You have one USB charger cable. A 5 volts 2 amps universal DC power adapter. And a quick start users guide. Let’s take a closer look at the tablet. To the front, you have a beautiful 7 inch
ISP display surrounded by a plastic housing consisting of 8 buttons, 2 joysticks, a D
pad, and a 5 MP camera. To the top. you have 4 trigger buttons, a micro HDMI port,
volume control buttons, speaker ports, and a power button. And to the bottom, you have one earphone jack,
a micro SD card reader, a reset button, and a charging port. As I switch on the tablet, you have a short
startup animation. And then you’re taken to the launcher. So this is the launcher, and the ISP display
is pretty clear with bright colors. This launcher doesn’t come with an onscreen
navigation bar, that’s because the housing around the tablet has all the buttons needed
for navigating the tablet. First let’s see what hardware the tablet is
made from , and then we’ll see what it can do. Let’s take a look at its system and hardware
information. To demonstrate the micro HDMI connection,
and for better video recording, I connected the tablet to my screen recorder and to my
TV. It shows that the Manufacturer is Rockchip,
and the model is the S192. It comes with 4GB of RAM, and what is showed
below here is the remainder of the 64GB of internal storage. The CPU, is the Rockchip RK3288 quad core
cortex A17 CPU, running up to 1.6 GHz. It also shows that the tablet only has support
for 32bit ABIs. The display, is powered by the Mali T760 quad
core GPU, with a refresh rate of 61hz. It has single band 2.4 GHz WiFi, and WiFi
direct is supported. This tablet runs on Android 5.1 operating
system, and it shows that the tablet is rooted. The tablet runs around 33° Celsius. It comes with codecs like H.264, HEVC, and
VP9 decoding all needed for 4K video playback. That’s it for system and hardware information. I’ll now check to see if it is rooted. It shows that the tablet is rooted, running
on Android 5.1 operating system. Please note, the tablet doesn’t come rooted
out of the box, I ran the kingo root program on my PC, and it rooted easily. Rooting this device is necessary, as playing
some top Android games will need keymapping applications that require root access to work. Now this is a gaming tablet with game pad
controls that don’t apply to touchscreen games, so with the tablet now rooted, I’m going to
run some Android games using a keymapping application to utilize the gamepad controls. First I have an NBA basketball mobile game. Next, a popular fighting game called Tekken. Now a popular racing game called Need for
speed no limits. So as you can see, combined with the Keymapping
application, this tablet can play any Android touchscreen game with gamepad controls. Let’s take a look at some benchmarks. The JXD Singularity has a RAM copy speed of
5138 MB/s. The internal storage has a Read speed of 54
MB/s, and a write speed of 24. The Antutu score is 52682. In the Geekbench 4 CPU benchmark, it scored
902 single core, and 2239 multi core. In the Ice Storm extreme GPU benchmark, it
scored 7839. These benchmark scores auger well for this
tablet. So there you have it, this was a review of
the JXD Singularity, S192K gaming tablet. For more information, see the link in the
description area. Thanks for watching, remember to click the
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17 comments

  1. Interesting device. I agree, they should have implemented a built in state of the art key-mapping application with user profiles. Tech companies need to get with the program. What is the cost?

  2. You missed the fact that it has its own built-in key mapping, (hold down start button in-game) much the same as the GPD-XD.

  3. PLEASE note this device has a built in state of the art keymappineg feature. Once a game is started press and hold the start button the activate it.

  4. Hi, I presume you have a strong accent. Just wanted to say thanks for taking that into consideration when you made this video. That's attention to detail that i can appreciate. It was a good review. In the future reviews of similar devices, explaining your personal opinion of the controls would be nice to hear as well.

    Cheers.

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