Pumpkin 10.1 inch Android 5.1 Lollipop Car Radio Double Din In Dash Stereo Head Unit Support GPS Car Radio Mirror Link Bluetooth DVD Player SWC 3G WIFI DVR CAM-IN OBD2 DAB+

OS:Android 5.1
CPU:Rockchip PX3 Cortex A9 Quad Core 1.6GHz
Nand Memory:16GB
Audio output:4*50W max
Screen Resolution:1024*600
Cold Boot time:about 25-30s
Capacitive Touch Screen (5 points)
Image Brightness /Contrast/ Color Adjustable
EQ:Max audio output: 4 X 50W,Signal-To-Noise Ratio:>85db
Good quality radio IC: NXP TEF6686, with good radio reception
For Android phone,use USB connection,mirror and control on the unit
For iPhone 6/6 plus/5/5c/5S,use wifi connection,just mirror on the unit,cannot control
Voice Guidance:Yes (Include most Languages)
3D Map: Yes
POI Display: Yes
GPS Communication Port:Auto Search and connect
AV Output
For this unit,can display almost everything to your headrests,even the video from USB/SD card or online youtube video
Support radio/disc/Bluetooth/USB/SD playback while navigating
Support Audio Formats:MP3/WMA/WAV/APE/FLAC/ACC/OGG/AC3,etc
Digital Audio Broadcasting
Real-time data and trouble codes from vehicles computer.
3G Support WCDMA/CDMA2000/TD-SCDMA 3G bandwidth
Support RCA reverse camera input

Product Features

  • Android Android 5.1, CPU:Rockchip PX3 Cortex A9 Quad Core 1.6GHz, RAM:DDR3 1GB, Nand Memory:16GB, Audio output: 4*50W max, Screen Resolution:1024*600, Cold Boot time:about 25-30s
  • DVD drive: Region Free, Support Dual Zone function, Bluetooth for hands free, Steering Wheel Control (support resistance based analog signal input steering wheel), Built in USB Port (up to 32GB)/Micro SD Slot (up to 32GB)
  • GPS (without map card), DAB+ Digital Radio (Extra DAB+ box required), OBD2 (Extra device required), WIFI (Built in WIFI modem) / 3G (Extra device required), Cam-In (Extra device required)
  • Please check the advertisements to compare the dimensions, shape and power cable of this unit with the central console, harness and diagram of your original car or make sure it can FIT your car
  • Package:1x Car Stereo, 1x USB cable, 1x GPS antenna, 1x ISO cable, 1x audio output cable, 1x cam in cable, 1x aux input cable, 1x user manual, 1x 3G/USB cable+mic cable, 1x remote controller(without battery), 1x camera, 1x AV cable (6m)

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3 Responses to Pumpkin 10.1 inch Android 5.1 Lollipop Car Radio Double Din In Dash Stereo Head Unit Support GPS Car Radio Mirror Link Bluetooth DVD Player SWC 3G WIFI DVR CAM-IN OBD2 DAB+

  1. Robert C. says:

    Exactly what I was looking for… Installed this unit into a 2006 Kia Sportage. Took a bit of work, having to remove a support bar behind the single Din radio but rest was plug and play.GPS works well but the default iGO nav app has a tendency to crash when changing certain map settings. The actual navigation itself is spot on.DVD player is perfect, fantastic quality no complaints.I would like to see a longer external mic being supplied as the current one is rather short and limits where you…

  2. Mark Parrish says:

    Very good unit would recommend to anyone Very nice looking unit and with it being android its like using a tablet but with the benefits with pre-installed software like, radio, video player, Bluetooth, sat nav etc. The main app I use on this is spotify as you can pretty much download any app on it because it has google’s play store.I’ve bought a mobile broadband Mifi dongle to use the internet on this as you can connect it through wifi or the use cable provided if you have a usb dongle. I’ve not connected everything up…

  3. Chris Cheetham says:

    A great system at a bargain price Had the package for 10 days but fitted it 7 days ago. That was a simple process with the help of advice from my owners club (UK X-Trail owners) on sorting out car related issues, such as getting a Nissan to ISO adaptor for connection. All in all took me 1hr 30 minutes.The system itself is very good so far – set up was straight forward and so far used radio/CD/sat nav and tested email from it using my mobile as a hotspot. Came with what looks like Western Europe maps which is fine for me…