With a resolution of 2200 x 1650 and 207 PPI, the screen of the iFlytek Max is an E-Ink Carta HD e-paper display. The Max has a layer of glass protection and a protected screen flush with the bezels. Its outside is painted Piano Black, and neither a front-lit display nor a colour temperature system is present. The 8-core processor in the Max has a RAM/storage configuration of 6GB/128GB. Through its SD card slot, the capacity may be increased by up to 128GB.
The iFlytek Max supports Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi, and USB connectivity in terms of connectivity. The USB-C cable can be used for both document transfer and charging. The Max has a 4,500mAh battery, but the details of its performance were not disclosed. The digital notepad will run on Android 9.0, although there are a lot of changes for the particular model.
Although the Max already has a preloaded bookstore, it is unknown if sideloading apps will be supported. There are no English-language books in the preloaded bookstore. The device’s menu and user interface are both in Chinese as well. Only Chinese script is used for handwriting recognition. TXT, PDF, MOBI, and IPUB are all supported by the iFlytek Max. Additionally, Microsoft Office is supported.
Price & Availability
The iFlytek Max has a hefty $1,200 price tag. However, this digital note is only intended for the Chinese market in its current form. It is only available for purchase on the Good e-reader website. There is no information as to when it will be available for the international market or will support English or other languages. But we can expect details on this very soon.