Kocaso M1050  vs Apple iPad 3 

Released April, 2012

Kocaso M1050

  • 10.1"
  • 32 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • Android 4.0
Front view of Kocaso M1050
Released November, 2012

Apple iPad 3

  • 7.9"
  • 16 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • iOS 6
Front view of Apple iPad 3
At the center of that chip is an ARM-based, dual core SoC clocked to 1GHz, along with a quad-core GPU.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)

Differences What are the advantages of each

Front view of Kocaso M1050

Reasons to consider the
Kocaso M1050

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Significantly bigger screen 10.1" vs 7.9" Around 30% bigger screen
More storage capacity 32 GB vs 16 GB 2x more storage capacity; Holds more music, movies and photos
Supported card formats microSD vs None Supports supported card formats
Has a microphone jack Yes vs No Somewhat common; Can use an external microphone for superior audio quality
Supports Adobe Flash Yes (Android 4.0) vs No Somewhat common; Many games and videos on the Internet require Adobe Flash
Supports face unlock Yes (Android 4.0) vs No (iOS) Somewhat common; bypass PIN entry, easier to unlock with one hand
Has an open source operating system Yes (Android 4.0) vs No (iOS) Somewhat common; Allows you the freedom to use your tablet however you like
More RAM 1 GB vs 0.5 GB 2x more RAM; Better able to run big apps with lots of content
Faster processor 1.2 GHz vs 1 GHz Around 20% faster processor; run computation-intensive applications, such as photo editing, faster
Side view of Apple iPad 3

Reasons to consider the
Apple iPad 3

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More cores Dual core vs Single core Twice as many cores; run more applications at once
Has a light sensor Yes vs No Somewhat common; Automatically adjust screen brightness for environmental factors
Has a gyroscope Yes vs No Somewhat common; Play games and use applications that take advantage of device rotation
Has a compass Yes vs No Somewhat common; Great for maps and navigation apps
Sharper screen 163 ppi vs 117 ppi Around 40% sharper PPI; enjoy photo-realistic, crisp images
Marginally newer Nov, 2012 vs Apr, 2012 Release date 6 months later

Features Key features of the M1050  vs iPad 3 

screen resolution

1024 x 600
iPad 3
1024 x 768
You can imagine that a device designed for internet browsing is only going to be improved hugely with the addition of a high resolution Retina Display - and you're be pretty much bang on the money.
iPad 3 | by TechRadar (Dec, 2012)


1 GB
iPad 3
0.5 GB

CPU Cores

Single core
iPad 3
Dual core
As you might expect, Nvidia’s Tegra 3 (as used in the Transformer Prime) with its four Cortex A9 cores running at up to 1.66GHz, happily stomps all over Apple’s chip when it comes to data processing like number crunching.
iPad 3 | by TrustedReviews (Sep, 2012)

CPU Frequency

1.2 GHz
iPad 3
1 GHz
We will say one thing: it's much easier to cut together a decent-ish film with a better looking screen, and the speed with which the A5X processor is able to keep things running is a plus to us, although the iPad 4 is even more adept at the same trick.
iPad 3 | by TechRadar (Dec, 2012)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


M1050  vs
iPad 3 
Size 10.1" 7.9"
Resolution 1024 x 600 1024 x 768
PPI 117 ppi 163 ppi


Supports 3G Yes Yes


Cores Single core Dual core
Clock speed 1.2 GHz 1 GHz


Has a GPS No No
Has a compass No Yes
Has an accelerometer Yes Yes
Has a gyroscope No Yes
Has a light sensor No Yes


M1050  vs
iPad 3 
Internal storage 32 GB 16 GB
RAM capacity 1 GB 0.5 GB
Supported card formats
Maximum capacity 128 GB N/A

photo & video

Adobe flash support Yes No


USB support USB 1.1 None
Hdmi support HDMI 1.0 None
Has a headphone jack Yes Yes
Has a microphone jack Yes No
Kocaso M1050
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