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Price Chuwi Hipad Plus
First configuration
CPU / GPU Performance
Benchmark Antutu/3DMark
Network performance
Wifi performance
GPS performance
Battery range
Photo camera test
Photo quality
Video quality
Audio quality
Screen quality
Operating system
Test / Review conclusion
Questions answers

Chuwi Hipad Plus: test / review (iPad clone)

Chuwi Hipad Plus: test / review

Category: Tablets

The world of tablets has boomed with the arrival of the iPad and each generation has given a boost to sales of tablets worldwide. Many other brands started producing tablets, Chinese producers first and then tablet sales ran out of steam. Today, two big brands (Apple and Samsung) are fighting for the biggest piece of the pie, the others are not fighting in the same category but offer interesting products. It is in the lower price brackets that we find most Chinese tablets with a few manufacturers who have managed to build a reputation. This is the case of Chuwi who is launching their new Chuwi Hipad Plus tablet and the name alone gives an indication of where they drew their inspiration from. [b][b] Nothing can beat an iPad? Maybe, but we're talking about a tablet sold around € 200 with an 11-inch screen, 2k resolution, a polished finish, Android 10, a weight of 500 grams and the minimum in terms of performance. I had the opportunity to test a Chuwi pc a few months ago, I still use it today and I am quite satisfied with it. I told myself that I was going to try my luck with this tablet. [b][b] offer If you buy the tablet from the official website, you can use the code HPP10SP with the following link: Chuwi Hipad Plus / Chuwi Store [b] The tablet is available in Spain, so you will not have to pay additional taxes for delivery. [b][b][b][b][b]linkManufacturer web site: https://bit.ly/2NRcXPC[b]linkSite where I have bought the Chuwi Hipad Plus: https://bit.ly/2NRcXPC[b]

Structure of my tests

I test the phones according to a pre-established structure (see below) to provide you with as much information as possible. Unfortunately, this takes a long time. Some tests like network performance tests take several days and for photo tests I sometimes have to wait until the weather is suitable to take pictures in good conditions. I am therefore obliged to publish the tests step by step, so I invite you to come back if the test is not complete at the time of your visit.[b]
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Price Chuwi Hipad Plus

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March 25, 2021: Purchase of the Chuwi Hipad Plus tablet from the official Chuwi.com website [b] March 31, 2021: I received the tablet, the delivery was fast, the test can begin.[b]

Why this phone?

I have had the opportunity to use several types of tablets over the past 10 years, have had an iPad, a Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet, and have also purchased a Microsoft Surface Pro. I had wanted to test a Chinese tablet for a long time, but I had to find a product that could interest as many people as possible. It was a bit by chance that I discovered the Chuwi Hipad Plus, the name made me smile a little, Chuwi's intentions seem quite obvious. [b][b] For 200 €, do not dream, you will not find a tablet of the level of an iPad for more than 500 € but that does not mean that the Chuwi tablet has no interest. The starting point is the price like most Chinese products. What then seduced me (in theory) is the 11-inch screen and its 2k resolution. A tablet is neither more nor less than a screen to which features of a phone have been attached, so the screen must be the starting point. This tablet will mainly target consumers of media such as videos (locally or via YouTube) or those who surf the web a lot. I don't think the tablet is suitable for 3D gaming, but casual gaming shouldn't be a problem. [b][b] I would apply the same test protocol as for phones and if the experience is successful, I could maybe test other tablets.[b]


The Chuwi Hipad Plus tablet is the second Chuwi product I buy, I bought a Larkbox a few months ago on Indiegogo. When I received the Larkbox I told myself that since it was a project launched via crowdfunding, the packaging was therefore a bit experimental. In fact no, Chuwi sends its products in packaging with cardboard that appears to have been recycled. It doesn't affect the product, it's just unusual. [b][b] The tablet is very well packed in two layers of foam for better shock absorption and in addition to the tablet the box contains a manual, a USB type C cable and a charger. [b][b] The screen is protected by a double plastic film, you have to remove the first layer to remove the description from the tablet but you can leave the second part because it is very well placed and does not not interfere with the photo sensor and the light sensors on the front panel. [b][b][b]

First configuration

The configuration of the Chuwi Hipad Plus follows exactly the same principle as the configuration of an Android phone, I found the same screens without any attempt to install unwanted applications (bloatware). The Chuwi Hipad Plus also allows you to retrieve a configuration in the cloud even if it comes from a phone. You can not only recover your favorite applications but you can also recover your identifiers for your mailboxes.[b]


The name chosen by Chuwi for this tablet as well as the presentation on their site leave no doubt about the message they want to convey about the finish. The Chuwi Hipad Plus is an entry-level product that has a neat look and the will to look like a high-end product. Well, ok, this is clearly not a high-end finish but we are still very far from the entry-level tablets that we find in large quantities on Aliexpress. The level of finish is therefore really good for a tablet at this price. [b][b]
I'm not used to testing tablets, so I discover the Chuwi Hipad Plus a bit with a fresh look. The power button is located at the top right next to the USB-C port, I find this a curious positioning for a USB port because I have the impression that this kind of connection is usually found at the bottom of the tablets. I can imagine, however, that top loading can be practical if you use the tablet while charging it. [b][b]
On the left side, there is a drawer that can accommodate a memory card, there are also 2 speaker outputs but only one is used (the lower one) . On the right side, I find the same two grids but only one is used for the sound. On the top of the right edge there are two small volume buttons, they are smaller than those found on a phone. [b][b]
The back is covered with a non-slip material (aluminum) with a matt effect that gives a metallic feel to the touch. The camera sticks out quite strongly at the back, so it is not possible to lay the tablet truly flat. It doesn't bother me but obviously it is something that can annoy some people. The Chuwi mark appears on the bottom with a magnetic type connector, I don't know what it is for yet, I imagine it is intended for a docking station, I will check later. [b][b] The Chuwi Hipad Plus is an 11 inch tablet, it's just a little bigger than the traditional 10 or 10.9 format, the screen is not interrupted by a punch like on the smartphones, the borders are thicker. The top and bottom border take up almost a centimeter, the sides take up more or less half of the top border. [b][b][b]


[b]The information below comes from the Device Info HW application. The application provides detailed technical information about the tested phone.The Chuwi Hipad Plus I purchased has a 4Gb memory capacity and 128Gb SSD storage memory to ensure good read / write performance. It is possible to add a memory card to expand this capacity. [b][b] In terms of connectivity, the Chuwi Hipad Plus supports Bluetooth 5.0 and dual band wifi.[b]

CPU / GPU Performance

[b][b]The Chuwi Hipad Plus is equipped with a Mediatek MT8183 processor, I haven't had a chance to test a phone using the same CPU yet, so I will check out its performance using Antutu. [b][b] The Chuwi Hipad Plus is equipped with an ARM Mali-G72 graphics processor, I have tested this processor in several phones, it is an entry level GPU unlike what is mentioned on the official website of Chuwi. That doesn't mean you won't be able to play with this tablet, but you might have to compromise on the level of detail in games. I would test this part there as for the phones as well.[b]

Benchmark Antutu/3DMark

I obtained a score of 155713 points with Antutu, this score corresponds to the performance of an entry-level smartphone, the Chuwi Hipad Plus is therefore not a high performance tablet. I didn't experience any performance issues with use for everyday tasks, I also tried PUBG Mobile (see below). [b][b] For a large majority of users this level of performance will suffice, this tablet is however not designed for gamers who will have to make too many concessions on the level of graphics. [b][b] Cooling the tablet seems to be effective as I never felt any heat coming from the back of the tablet when I ran Antutu. [b][b][b]
[b]Top 10 - performance ranking based on Antutu
1. Oppo Find X2 Pro - 605184
2. Oneplus 8t - 595000
3. Poco F3 - 589677
4. Xiaomi Mi 10t Pro - 581650
5. Oneplus 8 Pro - 579417
6. Xiaomi Mi 10 - 579114
7. Poco F2 Pro - 569559
8. Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe - 565000
9. Samsung Galaxy S20 - 503905
10. Poco X3 Pro - 486466

Number of smartphones in the ranking:121
Position of this smartphone in the ranking:0/121

Note: this ranking only contains the phones I tested as well as a few others that I added for reference.
[b]Gaming[b]To test the performance in game, I download the mobile PUBG game and evaluate the in-game experience, graphics level and depth of vision. This game is quite demanding and should help you evaluating the performance of a phone. Chuwi touts the graphics performance of his tablet on his site and that can make it look like this tablet can run any game. This is not quite correct. You will probably be able to run most games, but you will have to compromise on the level of graphics. [b][b] When testing PUBG Mobile on a phone, I don't really feel the degradation in quality on entry-level phones because the screens are quite small compared to a tablet. On an 11-inch screen like the one in this painting, the degradation of the textures is clearly visible. This will not prevent you from playing, but the degradation of the level of graphics is necessarily more visible. [b][b] After getting 150,000 points on Antutu, I told myself that the playing experience with PUBG Mobile was not going to be good, but I was positively surprised. The game jerks sometimes but not to the point of not being able to play, the large screen offers a more interesting gaming experience than on a phone, the responsiveness of the screen is quite good. [b][b][b]

Network performance

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Signal 4G (before december 2020)[b]The ability to pick up the network correctly is an essential element for a phone but it is only very rarely measured. To measure a phone's ability to pick up the network, I perform a large number of measurements on the same cells to be able to compare phones under similar conditions. The signal is measured in dBm, a value of -90dBm indicates a worse signal than -70dBm. These measurements are therefore taken under real conditions and not in a laboratory, they are not scientific but give a good indication of performance. [b][b]Network signal sensitivity rating
Phone tested:Average signal (dBm)Number of measurements:
Xiaomi Mi 9t Pro-881600
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5-91.305600
Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite-93788
Samsung Galaxy A70-94.5111975
Nokia 5.3-94.98531
Realme 6-95.142301
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro-95.9221599
Xiaomi Mi A3-95.951000
Huawei Y6 2019-95.951199
Doogee S58 Pro-96.22856
Redmi 9a-96.481000
Meizu Note 9-96.68937
Motorola G8 Power-96.881032
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7-97.011430
Redmi 9c-97.041000
Umidigi S3 Pro-97.131200
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8-97.34879
Samsung Galaxy A21s-97.781000
Umidigi F1-97.82298
Ulefone Armor 7e-98.71000
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite-991000
Honor 9x-99.14899
Xiaomi Redmi Note 9s-99.41860
Poco F2 Pro-99.81247
Xiaomi Redmi Note 9-100.791785
Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g-100.881198
Poco X3-101.19821
Umidigi F2-101.47712
[b][b]Signal 4G (from December 2020)[b]I decided to change the methodology for measuring the network because I noticed that the configuration of the mobile network changes over time. This makes it more difficult to compare phones because the conditions are no longer exactly the same.[b][b]To overcome this problem, I set up a device that captures 24 hours a day about ten parameters from the mobile network (ex: cell id, rssi, rsrq, snr, frequency,...). I then place the phone next to the device for 24 to 48 hours taking the same measurements so that I can compare them. [b][b] Overview of the phones tested with this methodology[b][b]
Phone tested:MeasurementsAvg signal (reference)Avg signal (phone)Min/Max (reference)Min/Max (phone)
Samsung Galaxy S10+457-93.06-97.39-89 / -98-97 / -99
Xiaomi Mi 9t Pro669-93.69-95.84-90 / -95-92 / -98
Poco F2 Pro1438-91.02-94.99-89 / -94-94 / -96
Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g1645-90.77-95.02- 88 / -98-95 / -100
Poco X3821-94.89-103.19-91 / -97.7-101 / -104
Umidigi Bison2343-92.71-96.46-90 / -99-94 / -102
Oukitel C211101-92.04-94.99-90 / -97-92 / -95
Poco M31116-92.09-91.74-88 / -98-90 / -99
Xiaomi Mi 10t Pro1071-90.61-94.03-88 / -94-94 / -96
Umidigi A9 Pro981-90.40-94.01-88 / -95-93 / -95
Redmi Note 9t1201-92.149-91.71-90 / -97-91 / -97
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10999-92.35-93.99-88 / -97-92 / -98
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro877-89.72-90.56- 88 / -92-89 / -95
Poco X3 Pro1876-91.45-92.91-90 / -94-90 / -96
Oneplus Nord N100896-91.23-96.005-88 / - 99-96 / -99
[b][b][b][b]Download/Upload speed[b]To test the download speed, I have identified some 4G cells offering good performance where I test all my devices several times to see what download and upload speed they can achieve.[b]Top 10 - speed ranking in download
1. Samsung Galaxy S20 D:351Mbps U: 20Mbps
2. Poco X3 D:232Mbps U: 55Mbps
3. Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g D:223Mbps U: 52Mbps
4. Poco F2 Pro D:207Mbps U: 53Mbps
5. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite D:153Mbps U: 68Mbps
6. Xiaomi Mi A3 D:150Mbps U: 60Mbps
7. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9s D:150Mbps U: 60Mbps
8. Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite D:149Mbps U: 60Mbps
9. Samsung Galaxy A21s D:147Mbps U: 51Mbps
10. Huawei Y6 2019 D:145Mbps U: 61Mbps

Number of smartphones in the ranking:30
Position of this smartphone in the ranking:0/30

Note: the theoretical maximum speed of a telephone is often limited by the configuration of the mobile network and the congestion of the network at the time of the measurement. So maybe you could get a higher speed on another network

Wifi performance

To test a phone's ability to receive the network properly, I take measurements near my router and then remotely (and always at the same place). This gives me an average in dBm where a value of -90 dBm indicates poorer performance than a value at -30 dBm.[b]
Wifi signal[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Top 10 - wifi sensitivity ranking
1. Poco F2 Pro -11dBm
2. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro -12dBm
3. Samsung Galaxy A21s -13dBm
4. Oneplus Nord N100 -15dBm
5. Poco X3 Pro -15dBm
6. Redmi Note 9t -15dBm
7. Poco X3 -17dBm
8. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 -17dBm
9. Xiaomi Mi 10t Pro -18dBm
10. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9s -18dBm

Number of smartphones in the ranking:40
Position of this smartphone in the ranking:0/40

[b]Download/Upload speed[b]To test the speed in Wifi, I connect to my router in 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz (if available) and use the Ookla application to measure the speed.[b]Top 10 - wifi download speed ranking
1. Poco X3 Pro 389Mbps
2. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro 367Mbps
3. Samsung Galaxy S20 351Mbps
4. Poco F2 Pro 341Mbps
5. Redmi Note 9t 332Mbps
6. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro 319Mbps
7. Umidigi Bison 306Mbps
8. Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g 300Mbps
9. Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite 260Mbps
10. Poco X3 251Mbps

Number of smartphones in the ranking:39
Position of this smartphone in the ranking:0/39

Note: I have a 400Mbps line and a modem capable of delivering higher speed, but I can never be sure how much bandwidth is available when doing a test.

GPS performance

[b]To test the quality of the GPS signal I use the Offline Maps application and I make the same train trip in pedestrian mode. Why? In pedestrian mode, the GPS does not artificially correct the signal to stick to the road, it has no markings, so you can see the actual position. I then use an application to measure the accuracy of the signal. Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Top 10 - GPS accuracy ranking
1. Oukitel C21 1m
2. Redmi 9a 1m
3. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 1m
4. Redmi 9c 2m
5. Umidigi Bison 2m
6. Redmi Note 9t 2m
7. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro 3m
8. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 3m
9. Poco F3 3m
10. Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g 3m

Number of smartphones in the ranking:16
Position of this smartphone in the ranking:0/16

Note: An accuracy of 3 meters or less can easily be corrected by a good GPS application. Phone performance also plays a role in how fast your display updates, so good accuracy could be compromised by too slow a display.

Battery range

Not yet available / tested[b][b]

Photo camera test

To test the quality of photos produced by a phone, I do a technical test (resolution, sharpness, chromatic aberration,...) in studio (identical conditions) to evaluate the technical part objectively. From the second half of 2020, I built my own laboratory to take completely objective technical measurements. I then take pictures in real conditions to see how the camera performs. I then evaluate these photos according to my criteria but I publish the photos so that you can evaluate the result according to your criteria.[b]


Not yet available / tested[b][b]Default app[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]

Photo quality

Photo test / studio[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Photo test / sunny[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Photo test / cloudy[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Test photo / night[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]

Video quality

Stabilisation[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b]Video normale conditionsNot yet available / tested[b][b]Video low light[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b]

Audio quality

To test the quality of the phone's audio output, I connect the device's audio output to a measuring tool, then play sounds on all frequencies and measure the differences between the original sound and the sound produced by the phone. In this way I measure the phone's ability to correctly reproduce all sounds.[b]
Frequency Response[b]This test is intended to test the device's ability to correctly reproduce all frequencies. The white line in the middle of the graph is the ideal situation and the other colors come from tests on different phones. A deviation from the reference line indicates a deviation from the ideal situation. To see good sound at all frequencies, it is therefore necessary to get as close as possible to the reference line. Not yet available / tested[b][b]Dynamic Range[b]This test is designed to test a phone's ability to play sounds at different volume levels. Here too, the phones must be as close as possible to the reference.Not yet available / tested[b][b]Noise Level[b]This test aims to identify if the device under test is able to reproduce sounds without too much noise. A high score indicates a low parasite rate, a lower score indicates a higher presence of parasites.Not yet available / tested[b][b]Concert recording[b]The purpose of this test is to measure the recording quality of the phone when there is a lot of ambient noise. Since I don't have the opportunity to go to a concert every time I test a phone, I simulate the noise of a concert in a closed environment.Not yet available / tested[b][b]

Screen quality

To test the screen, I use a colorimetric probe that measures the color accuracy of a screen, as well as other parameters to see if a screen is able to correctly reproduce an image. I also test the brightness level to determine if the screen will be able to display an image in full sunlight.[b]
Colorimetry[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Top 10 - ranking of the best screens by colorimetry
1. Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g dE = 0.73
2. Xiaomi Mi 10t Pro dE = 0.83
3. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 dE = 1.2
4. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 dE = 1.23
5. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro dE = 1.31
6. Samsung Galaxy S20 dE = 1.4
7. Poco M3 dE = 1.4
8. Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite dE = 1.46
9. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9s dE = 1.47
10. Honor 9x dE = 1.5

Number of smartphones in the ranking:40
Position of this smartphone in the ranking:0/40

Note: the colorimetric difference is measured in dE. After three, the human eye will perceive a colorimetric difference, so the dE should be the lowest. The tests were all carried out with a colorimetric probe.
[b]Brightness / Contrast[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b]Light Absorption/Reflection[b]The smartphone screen reflect light and sometimes turn them into a real mirror. This mirror effect makes it harder to read. [b][b]The absorption index below indicates the percentage of light absorbed by the screen. The readability of a screen is better when the absorption index is high.[b][b]
Phone tested:% light absorption
Samsung Galaxy S10+58
Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro52
Honor 9x65
Redmi Note 9s55
Motorola G8 Power60
Realme 654
Umidigi F248
Poco F2 Pro52
Redmi Note 956
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite53
Samsung Galaxy S2047
Samsung Galaxy A21s53
The phones tested have an average absroption rate of54 %


Not yet available / tested[b][b]

Operating system

[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b]

Encoutered bugs

Not yet available / tested[b][b]

Accessories Chuwi Hipad Plus

To better enjoy your experience with your smartphone, I offer links to all kinds of accessories that you might find useful

Protective cover / case chuwi hipad plus
Screen protection film chuwi hipad plus
Memory card chuwi hipad plus
USB Cable / Charger chuwi hipad plus
Headphones chuwi hipad plus
Bike rack chuwi hipad plus

Compare Chuwi Hipad Plus with the others

I assigned a score of 1 to 10 for each test that determines the strengths and weaknesses of a product. I am using 0 for criteria that have not (yet) been tested. A score of 1 to 3 indicates poor performance (and yes, it does), a score of 4 to 6 indicates average performance, a score of 7 to 8 indicates good performance, and a score of 9 and 10 indicates exceptional performance. .
The score is calculated based on my measurements and when there are no measurements, it is a subjective opinion based on my experience.

The scores are not static, they change over time because the performance of new products changes and this must be taken into account.

Score not yet available
Chuwi Hipad Plus
Global ranking
1. Samsung Galaxy S20 112 / 140
2. Poco F2 Pro 111 / 140
3. Poco X3 Pro 108.5 / 140
4. Samsung Galaxy S10+ 107 / 140
5. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro 106.5 / 140
6. Xiaomi Mi 9t Pro 106 / 140
7. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 102 / 140
8. Poco X3 102 / 140
9. Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5g 101 / 140
10. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite 101 / 140
11. Redmi Note 9t 100.5 / 140
12. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro 100 / 140
13. Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite 98 / 140
14. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9s 98 / 140
15. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 97 / 140
16. Poco M3 95.5 / 140
17. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 94 / 140
18. Realme 6 93 / 140
19. Umidigi Bison 92 / 140
20. Umidigi A9 Pro 92 / 140
21. Oukitel C21 89.5 / 140
22. Motorola G8 Power 89 / 140
23. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 89 / 140
24. Nokia 5.3 89 / 140
25. Xiaomi Mi A3 89 / 140
26. Oneplus Nord N100 88.5 / 140
27. Honor 9x 88 / 140
28. Meizu Note 9 86 / 140
29. Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite 86 / 140
30. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 85 / 140
31. Umidigi S3 Pro 83 / 140
32. Samsung Galaxy A21s 82 / 140
33. Umidigi F2 82 / 140
34. Redmi 9a 81 / 140
35. Redmi 9c 80 / 140
36. Ulefone Armor 7e 80 / 140
37. Doogee S58 Pro 78.5 / 140
38. Honor 8x 78 / 140
39. Umidigi F1 77 / 140
40. Huawei Y6 2019 74 / 140
41. Xiaomi Mi 10t Pro 57 / 70
42. Poco F3 48 / 60
43. Elephone U5 0 / 0

Test / Review conclusion

[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b]Strengths[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Weaknesses[b]Not yet available / tested[b][b][b]Alternatives to this product[b][b]Not yet available / tested[b][b]


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