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Some info on the Epic
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A friend of mine just got his hands on one, and based on his sleuthing i.e. shoving in benchmarks and system utilities into the device, it is revealed that LeapFrog used a Mediatek SoC on the tab, and they apparently nerfed Bluetooth support for it while they're at it:

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Display: 7-inch capacitive touchscreen
Resolution: 1024x600
Operating System: Based on Android™ 4.4 (modified, of course)
Processor: Quad-core, 1.3 GHz (reported by CPU-Z as MediaTek MT8127)
Memory: 1GB RAM
Storage: 16GB
Micro SD Card Slot: Yes, expandable up to 32GB
Camera - Rear: 2MP
Camera - Front: 2MP
Audio: 3.5mm stereo jack with microphone
Wireless: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0
Battery Type: Rechargeable lithium-ion
Battery Life: 6+ hours; results will vary based on usage and settings
Port: Micro USB
Sensor(s): Accelerometer

Antutu Benchmark:
http://our.antutu.net/api/?action=v5&act=benchmark&id=54239552

Quote:Well, my only problem with the device is that the input method and locale selection is locked down and selected by the "Device Locale" screen, instead of allowing the much more granular selection allowed from the Android settings screen itself. I have determined that the same lockdown prevents bluetooth keyboards from pairing properly with the device.

The option to enable installation of packages from untrusted sources is still in the android security screen in settings tho, and you will be instructed to turn it on as part of the steps to install the Amazon AppStore.

ETA: I'd be overjoyed if someone here is generous enough to provide an SP Flash Tool package for the tab, too.
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