Continuing the steady stream of new Android tablets out of China is an impressive new entry called the Phecda P7 from Shenzhen-based Phecda, and like some of its recent contemporaries, the P7 maintains the trend of better equipped hardware matched with newer software. The tablet runs Android 2.1 out of the box, with promises that an update to Android 2.2 Froyo will be forthcoming in October. Coming back to the hardware, the P7 has a multi-touch supporting 7-inch WVGA screen, a 650MHz ARM11-based Telechips TCC8901 processor, 256MB of RAM, 4GB of inbuilt storage, support for SD cards, two USB ports (mini and type-A), HDMI output, and a 1300mAh battery good for around 4 hours of use. As indicated by the HDMI output, the MID is capable of playing back full HD 1080p video, and should be available in China shortly for around US$220.
Although it's uncertain we will see the P7 outside China, the tablet is another good indication of Chinese manufacturers raising their game by releasing more powerful products matched with newer software. It's also very refreshing to see a nice, more original design that doesn't simply imitate Apple! Check out more images of the Phecda P7 and let us know what you think after the break.