Chuwi Hi9 Air with 8000mAh battery announced for a low price

Chuwi Hi9 Air

Chuwi is conducting an exclusive presale in association with Banggood to push the sales of Chuwi Hi9 Air tablet. As part of the special sale, you will be able to get of Chuwi Hi9 Air for only $114.99 for the first 10 units. As you can see, you only need to pay half price when compared to Huawei and you will be able to save more during the pre-order time.

The Hi9 Air tablet will cost $199.99 for the sale of up to 300 units. the cost will shoot up after the sale of 300 units. You will have to pay $214.99 between 301 to 500 units. If you missed to purchase the tablet during the first 500 units sale, then you will have to pay $229.99 for all sales above 501 units.

According to sources, the Chuwi Hi9 Air is a very competitive Android tablet when compared with Huawei MediaPad M5. The main attraction of the Chuwi Hi9 Air is the integration of an 8000mAh battery, which is higher than MediaPad M5. The tablet also provides support for dual SIM instead of a single SIM.

The Chuwi Hi9 Air is equipped with a 10.1-inch IPS OGS display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels and 400cd/m2 brightness. Under the hood, the Hi9 Air features an MTK6797 Helio X20 processor, Mali-T880 graphics, 4GB DDR3, 64GB eMMC storage, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing camera loaded with Android 8 Oreo. The 8000mAh battery integrated with the tablet is capable of delivering a standby time of over 72 hours and 12 hours of music backup.

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The Chuwi Hi9 Air is currently not available for purchase on Banggood but you can register for notifications by selecting Alert Me On Arrival button. You will be able to buy at an ultra-low cost of $114.99 and hence you should buy the tablet immediately upon the availability by selecting the link below.

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