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Jxd V5200

JXD V5200
Developer JXD
Manufacturer JXD
Type Handheld game console
Tablet computer
Release date 2012 (2012)
Introductory price 68.33-111.59 USD
Operating system Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Memory 256MB RAM DDR2
Display 5-inch resistive touchscreen
Controller input D-pad
Analog nub
L and R bumper buttons
Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square buttons
Volume buttons
Start and Select buttons
Home, Back, and Menu buttons
Power button
Camera 0.3M Front Camera
Touchpad Touchscreen
Connectivity WiFi
headphone jack
Mini HDMI output
Mini USB
MicroSD card slot
Online services Google Play
Dimensions 7.68 in (195 mm) L
3.41 in (87 mm) W
0.67 in (17 mm) D
Weight 0.54 lb (0.24 kg)
Predecessor JXD S601
Successor JXD S5110, JXD S5300
Related articles JXD
JXD 1000
Website Official Website

The JXD V5200 is a 5-inch Android tablet and portable game console produced by JXD. It was released in 2012 and resembles Sony's PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita. It ships with 4GB internal storage space and supports up to 32GB expandable storage via-the MicroSD card slot on the bottom. It has a Mini HDMI port for playing on a TV.


In addition to its 5-inch resistive touch screen, the V5200 features four face buttons, two shoulder buttons, a start and a select button, home, back and memu buttons, an accelerometer, and a 0.3 megapixel font camera that can be used to capture photos. On the bottom of the unit is an MicroSD card slot and a Mini HDMI port. On the top is a 5-volt AC jack, a Mini USB port, and a headphone jack.


In November 2012, JXD released the S5300, an upgraded version of the V5200 that features Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a GP33003 CPU, 512 RAM DDR3, a five-point capacitive touch screen, and a button mapping tool for Android games that lack controller support.

See also

External links

  • Official Website (S5300)
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