The Wexler Ultima 7 Twist+ is a 7″ Android tablet while the Ultima 8 Twist is a larger version with an 8″ display. Both pushes a 1280×800 HD resolution, using an IPS panel and underneath, it runs on a Quad-Core processor with 1GB RAM and has 16GB of on-board storage. The front looks plasticky, the back has a metal plate. Out of the box, they are still running on Android 4.4 KitKat. In terms of connectivity, it only supports 3G.
For the 7 Twist+, it gets a rotating 13MP camera that’s assisted with flash, and it looks similar to the OPPO N1’s camera design. Surprisingly the bigger 8 Twist gets a lower resolution 8MP shooter instead. Another obvious difference is the 7 Twist+ has the dedicated Android capacitive keys while the 8 Twist uses on-screen buttons. We are not sure if OPPO would be as furious with Wexler like it did with Polaroid, but at least the body design is different.
Check out more photos of the “OPPO-N1”-ish tablets after the break.