The SK8 supports high speed mobile data connection via 3G and of course it also has WiFi which can detect good signals.
The SKK Mobile tablet has an OTG function, I tested an external flash drive using supplied OTG cable it works just fine. The 3.5mm audio jack and Bluetooth complete the list of connectivity sets.
The tablet has basic productivity tools like Calendar, File Manager, Notes, Sound Recorder, Stop Watch and Calculator. One important app which is missing is the document viewer/editor but you can easily find your favorite one in the Play Store.
|GPS - Google Navigation|
|Google Map and Local|
GPS works as it should be, I can easily get satellite lock when using Google Navigation, Maps or Local.
I left the SK8 in standby mode and after 12 days the battery percentage still shows 71%.
If you are newbie to Android O/S or want to learn more about the SK8 tablet there is an app called Manual to help you.
iReader is an app to store or buy E-books, however I doubt that you are going to use it especially that some portions of it are still written in Chinese characters.
The SKK Mobile SK8 is suitable for those people who wants to carry an all-in-one device but are tight on their budget. The performance may not be top notch but it is quite good, it can deliver the basic tasks of being a tablet and a phone.
The main downside here is having a low resolution camera and low FPS when recording video. The design may not also pleasing to some especially that its bezels are quite wide.
Overall, the SK8 is still a good device, you can watch 720p videos, play casual or graphics-intensive games and even use it to call or text.
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