I call on all sellers of this item to carefully check the criteria below and to verify here that they are selling genuine Ployer Momo9 M009S tablets.
It seems that genuine Ployer Momo9 M009S tablets have the following specifications:
- Momo9 logo printed on the rearside of the tablet - 4200 mAh battery - 5-point touch screen (testable by piano app or similar) - All Winner A10 1.2GHz CPU - Mali 400 MHz GPU - DDR-III 512 MB RAM - 8 GB internal flash disk
Not sure if you are a fellow seller or just looking to draw attention to this? Good post, I set up a similar discussion last week.
I've received quite a few emails from customers who have been stung by non-ployer Tablets from other sellers, its a real shame. The issue is that the design of this tablet is almost identical to several others on the market. However, it's the quality of the build and the individual components that set Ployer tablets apart. You've rightly called out the features that are commonly 'downgraded' on cheaper models. The main ones for me at the lack of a separate GPU (Mali 400), 5 Point Capacitive Screen and smaller battery and memory. On the face of it the tablet probably won't look that much different, however the lack of a Ployer and Momo logo on the rear (plus the blue and white Ployer gift box) should be a visual giveaway.
I would note that as a seller we can buy these units with 8gb or 16gb memory, however there is only the one Momo9 listing currently for the 8gb model. If you're in any doubt, please contact the seller to ensure it's a genuine Ployer Tablet.
On a separate note, please bare in mind tax and customs cost, as well as long delivery times if ordering from China suppliers. It's another aspect that people don't appreciate, and it makes it all the worse if you receive a non-genuine item as posting back costs a lot of money, time and effort. Always check and get in touch with suppliers before you buy if you're unsure.
Hope this helps, if anyone has any concerns please post or get in touch directly.
I have contact MOMO factory in China, because I can speak Chinese so it is easy to talk to them, they confirm momo 9 logo doesn't require to appear on the back, because most of overseas order comes with OEM box and it doesn't have momo 9 logo at back and sometimes they don't want to deal with EU customer directly so they don't want to put any information on it but the spec is the same as original tablet they sold at mainland China
A few facts for those reading. Ployer are a very well known Brand in China who are successful in every province. They have been established for many years and I've had the pleasure of working with for the last 6 months. They produce high quality Tablets and electronics at fantastic consumer prices, meeting the budget of the price conscious consumer.
Ployer provide an OEM service. This means that I can provide my designs for GTR Branding and they can print this on gift boxes, the tablet etc... What ZX is pointing out is that Ployer can produce Tablets with different logo's and branding for their customers. This is absolutely true, however their core product is their Momo range of Tablets. Verified Ployer tablets will have the appropriate logo's and will have the spec listed by Martin at the top of the discussion. If the Tablet doesn't come with any logo's or identification how do you know that you are buying a reliable Tablet? Ultimately the choice is yours, however I would point out that this is a Ployer Momo9 listing. If the Tablet doesn't have the appropriate Ployer and Momo logos and gift box then technically it is breaching Amazon's selling rules, you are only allowed to sell items that exactly match the listing.
Would welcome peoples thoughts on this if they have any. It's an interesting discussion.
I've read great things about GTR in the reviews but can't see you listed as a seller for this tablet (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ployer-Momo9-Android-Capacitive-Screen/dp/B006RZT7GA/ref=/ref=cm_cd_t_pb_t), why is this? I was hoping to buy from you given the strength of the reviews.
We have a small stock of genuine ployer momo9 all logos in place upgraded to 4.3 white back all logos blue and white ployer packaging
Momo9 logo printed on the rearside of the tablet - 4200 mAh battery - 5-point touch screen (testable by piano app or similar) - All Winner A10 1.2GHz CPU - Mali 400 MHz GPU - DDR-III 512 MB RAM - 8 GB internal flash disk
Yes I've noticed Gary as I wished to order with yourself. Is the same tablet listed under something else and would it be the same spec? Why have Amazon taken this listing down? I prefer to order through Amazon as I have some vouchers to use. Thanks
I have bought one of these Momo9 Tablets and although it appears to be a genuine model, on Android 4.0.3. It does not as advertised play iPlayer or stream online videos as my Samsung Galaxy S2 does. Anyone know if a downgrade to 2.3 or 3.0 would resolve?
What is the best way to check the specifications above. I have purchased a tablet, from Hong Kong 2 weeks ago (from HaoJet So) before I realised there were UK sellers (sorry Gary) and I have no Momo9 markings and it came in a white box with no cloth.
Easy bit first, yes I can see Soundhound and IMDB, I feel that this is running the correct OS and version of the store.
I have put Android System Information App (Electric Sheep) on and I have found out that.
I am running ICS 4.0.3 - Already new that :)
Manufacturer... unknown :( CPU ABI: armeabi-v7a CPU ABI2: armeabi - no sure what this is Model: 97FC - I have seen this somewhere on the net, cannot place where but I seem to remember this is correct?? Hardware: sun4i
Detailed CPU settings show:
Processor ARMv7Processor rev2(v71)
Screen is 800 x 444, refresh rate 59.75 running at 120DPI
Interested on your thoughts on the above. Seller tells me that "we have changed another box which are to avoid the custom tax. but it is definitely a player momo9 tablet!!
I am sorry for the fake box but i can assure you that the quality is very good , because we have tested the quality of the tablet please try the tablet first , i am sure you will like it"
The seller has been very responsive, I will give them that, I have also emailed Ployer to check if they are an authorised seller/distributor but I was wondering if we could tell from the technical information?
Appreciate the response. Truthfully I honestly don't know.
Ployer can sell their tablets without the logo and the box, however when you search '97FC Tablet' online you get a whole load of hits. Lots of different looking tablets, some like the Ployer one, others are more like the NATPC and other versions in between. Very difficult to say, it would be very unfair of me to suggest they were fake as I am a competing seller and there would be a conflict of interest.
I think you've done the right thing by contacting Ployer to clear the matter up. I'm their registered distributor on their English website, en.Ployer.cn (under contacts). I seem to recall asking Ployer about how to confirm this in the past and they mentioned opening up the tablet to expose the motherboard as theirs will have a particular code on it. Very extreme and I don't think we should go down that road however hopefully they will come back to suggest something else or to confirm that you have indeed got the real thing.
Apologises I can't clear the matter up, be sure to report back if you get any useful info.
I downloaded the app and have got the same details as yourself on my tablet apart from one:
To be fair, if you downloaded the Ployer Momo9 ICS build from the Ployer website I'm positive that the model number will change to show PLOYER-MOMO too. I don't think this is 'hard-coded' into the tablet, its part of the software build.
I've downloaded the AnTuTu benchmark tool and got a score of 3003 on my tablet, not sure if it's worthwhile checking this out as if it gets a similar score (within 50 or 100 points I would guess?), then I think it would be safe to say you've got a tablet that matches the spec of the Momo9 (i.e. if it didn't have a GPU in it or only a 1GHz tablet it would surely impact the score greatly?).
Not sure if this is helping or diluting the situation. All the best Gary GTR Electronics